** Register for ACTIV8 2017 **
Who can attend?
Anyone aged 18 to 35 years can attend the ACTIV8 Pro-Life Internship (people outside of this age range will also be considered with an appropriate referee)
What are the dates?
Starts: 11:30am Monday 3 July
Ends: 2:00pm Friday 7 July
Where is it being held?
The 2017 ACTIV8 Pro-Life Internship is being held at Vaughn Park in Auckland
What does it cost?
$450 per intern, which covers all meals, accommodation and course materials, etc. for the duration of the ACTIV8 Pro-Life Internship.
If funding is an issue, your local pro-life organisation or church may be willing to help you fund the registration or travel costs, and some participants have even set up their own Give A Little fundraising page for ACTIV8 and promoted them to family and friends on social media.
How do I get there?
Interns need to arrange their own transport to and from the ACTIV8 Pro-Life Internship.
If you are are attending from outside of the Auckland region, we can provide transport to and from Auckland airport.
Air New Zealand and Jetstar offer regular flights to and from Auckland (obviously the earlier you book your flights the cheaper they are likely to be). There are also overland transport options such as bus services, the train, or ferry which can be utilized too.
IMPORTANT: If you are flying to Auckland for the internship, then please make sure you book a flight that lands in Auckland NO LATER than 10:00am on Monday 3 July, and which departs from Auckland airport AFTER 3:30pm on Friday 7 July!
How do I register?
Click here to register for ACTIV8 2017
What happens once I've registered?
Once your registration has been received you will be sent an email reply from us to let you know that you have been registered for ACTIV8 2017, along with details about how to pay your registration fee.
Closer to the start of the internship programme you will be sent detailed information about what to bring to the internship and other important information that participants need to know.
What do I bring with me?
Interns need to bring their own clothing and personal items (such as toiletries, etc.) with them to the internship. Interns should also bring their own writing materials, and a laptop would be handy, but is not essential. Interns should also bring any essential medications, etc. with them. Accommodation, along with breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as tea and coffee, etc. are provided for the duration of the internship. Bedding is also provided for every intern.