Committee for Melbourne is an apolitical, not-for-profit, member-based organisation that brings together over 150 organisations from Greater Melbourne's business, academic and community sectors who have a passion for shaping Melbourne as a leading global city in the world's fastest-growing region, the Asia-Pacific.
The Committee has been a major driving force behind the development and progression of Melbourne working on many projects over the years, such as the Docklands redevelopment, privatisation of Melbourne Airport, progressing medical technology through the BioMelbourne Network, and the Western Bypass and CityLink projects. Most recently, the committee outlined best practice principles for an independent infrastructure prioritisation entity, which were adopted by Infrastructure Victoria.
Interns working with the Committee for Melbourne can work in planning events, marketing and communications. They can also conduct public policy research in economics, infrastructure and urbanization. Interns will also assist office staff in administrative duties and other tasks as assigned.