Heather Drinnan talks to Connecting World about her Working Holiday in Argentina

By Tracey Chandler

Heather 7Heather Drinnan, from New Zealand, was in her second year of teaching English in Japan when she decided that it was time for a new challenge. After a little bit of thought and lots of preparation, she decided to commit to a Working Holiday program in Balcarce, Argentina. She shares her thoughts about the entire experience with Connecting Worlds in this short interview. Continue reading

Why is a Teaching English Working Holiday Program in Argentina better than a Paid English Teaching Position in other parts of the world?

By Tracey Chandler

ClassroomThere are working holiday opportunities all over the world and lots of paid English teaching positions in a wide variety of countries too, so why decide to teach English in Argentina? What are the benefits of a working holiday program teaching English in one of the southern-most countries in South America? Continue reading

Are you Interested in Applying for a Working Holidays Visa in Argentina?

By Tracey Chandler

Every year, more and more people want to come to Argentina to work, volunteer, study and travel. It is one of the most popular South American countries for long-term travel and overseas study, which is why the Working Holidays Visa Program, put in place for a number of countries by the Argentine Immigration Department, is more popular than ever. Continue reading

Cristina Acuña in interview with Tracey Chandler about the Argentina Working Holiday Program via Connecting Worlds

An interview with Cristina Acuña, Director of Connecting Worlds, to find out why the Working Holiday Programoffered at Connecting Worlds are the best choice for someone looking for a fulfilling, inter-cultural experience in Argentina.

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