As opportunities permit, we like to develop deeper relationships with graduate students through internships. These are work placements organised in conjunction with universities and partner organisations. In 2015, Tom McClintock from the University of California Los Angeles, spent six months in Australia on an internship studying rock art conservation and working with Njanjma Rangers.

Njanjma Rangers have also been active supporters of the George Chaloupka Fellowships, run by the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory. Previous Fellowship recipients, Daryl Wesley (2001), Tristen Jones (2014) and Ian Moffat (2015) have all worked with Njanjma Rangers on a research project that benefits further understanding of the work of George Chaloupka and has practical outcomes for rock art awareness and protection.