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Student named ANZ’s first NZ Technology Intern

30 July 2015


Student named ANZ’s first NZ Technology Intern



Aidan Brown

IT student Aidan Brown’s skills, attitude and commitment have been recognised by ANZ bank which has awarded him its first New Zealand Technology Internship.


ANZ’s Technology Internship programme is designed to showcase the range of employment opportunities at New Zealand’s biggest bank by giving IT students at Wellington Institute of Technology (WelTec) a chance to view the bank from the inside.


Aidan, 22, is studying towards a Bachelor of Information Technology majoring in Programming and Information Security and Assurance. Each week he spends a day at ANZ’s technology office in Wellington learning about different parts of the bank.


“I am spending time in each part of the IT team – from attending business meetings where decisions are made about projects, to compliance, technical testing, quality assurance and looking into what is required to support ANZ’s core banking service,” says Aidan. “At the moment I am primarily working on mobile phone development

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