Jordyn

Jordyn worked in a variety of interesting roles in not for profit organisations in Australia and South East Asia, helping to rescue children from human trafficking and child exploitation prior to applying for AFP's Graduate Program.

What is your qualification?

Bachelor of International Relations and Politics.

What areas of the AFP did you work in during your graduate year?

I started the Graduate Program in the Protection Operations portfolio and worked within the Aviation and Victim Based Crime areas. I had the opportunity to assist in the establishment of the Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation (ACCCE).

What type of work did you do?

While working in the ACCCE, I provided logistical support towards the launch of important events, including the launch of the ACCCE in September 2018. I also helped coordinate two stakeholder engagement days with State and Territory Police, government agencies, and Non-Government Organisations (NGOs).

What was the highlight of your graduate year?

The highlight of my graduate year was the opportunity to assist in establishing the Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation. This role allowed me to use my knowledge of international relations and politics in Australia and throughout the South East Asia region.  I had access to and experience with the decision making processes and helped to establish key government policies within the context of a global environment. Being able to work on something that you are incredibly passionate about is a privilege and an amazing opportunity!

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