Internships in Argentina
Connecting Worlds can organise internships for anyone interested in gaining some kind of experience or training in Argentina. The number of placements for our internships is not limited and almost every field of study is available.
The idea is for interns to gain valuable working experience for their CVs or perhaps even for university credit. Unlike a volunteer, the idea is that interns learn valuable skills or techniques which will serve for future employment opportunities within a particular industry or trade.
An internship organised by Connecting Worlds provides interns with valuable working opportunities in real work environments, as well as the chance to significantly improve Spanish language skills.
The internships offered by Connecting Worlds are non-paid due to strict regulations of the Argentine Government regarding the work of foreigners in local companies. The other reason is that the main objective of the Internship is the international education and the learning experience.
Payment is separated into two stages. The first is the registration fee which you send through with your application. The second fee — known as the program fee — is due once your internship has been completely arranged. Internships can last for anything between two to six months and multiple internships in multiple destinations is also possible.
You can do an Internship in Argentina into these areas:
Advertising / Design
Business & Engineering
ESL Teaching English
Film and TV Production
Tourism / Hospitality
To be part of a internship program you must be 18 years-old or over. You’ll be required to have adequate travel insurance against sickness, accident and 3rd party liability.
An intermediate understanding of Spanish is extremely helpful. We encourage interns to take advantage of the very affordable language lessons offered by our partner staff in Bariloche or Buenos Aires. Many of those who have taken part in our projects in the past told us that taking these lessons helped them a lot in everyday volunteer work and to communicate with locals.
CW offers a very attractive and varied number of projects placed both in Buenos Aires and in Bariloche.
Buenos Aires, the capital city of the country, is world famous for its rich and vibrant cultural activity and its European architecture and lifestyle.
This huge city’s high quality entertainment, gastronomic and tourism industries are well renowned, and Tango music and dance shows, football matches, music concerts, theatre plays and cabaret shows are just a few examples of the cultural entertainment you can enjoy there.
Porteños (Buenos Aires born citizens) are proud, friendly, outgoing and passionate people; while gauchos (rural people of the Pampas farming and cattle lands), though also proud in a shyer way, are very hospitable, sensitive and charming.
You can start any day you choose and stay from one week on, for as long as you wish.
A pick up service at the airport is included in the program fee and clear instructions on how to reach the pick up location is detailed in the Pre-departure guide delivered to interns by CW once their place in the program is secured.
Volunteers and interns will be driven from the airport to one of Buenos Aires best Youth Hostels, where they’ll meet a member of our local team who will fill them in with basic tips on what to expect of their experience, general roiles, regional and local customs, and provide them with some useful travelling advice. Every intern will receive a welcome pack that contains a local sim phone card, a map and a transports guide.
The Youth Hostel is strategically located in a very nice area of the city and a short commuting distance from the programs placements and most of the many attractions of this unique cosmopolitan center. CW volunteers and interns are placed together in this homely, comfortable and well equipped hostel. All standards amenities include modern bathrooms provided with hot water showers, cozy bedrooms, kitchen facilities and microwave oven. It also has central heating and air conditioning, free WiFi and computers.
This Youth Hostel is a perfect base for your stay in Buenos Aires and an excellent place to make new friends.
CW Argentina program fees include a full breakfast seven days a week and three plentiful cooked dinners with a drink per week. This arrangement leave volunteers free to enjoy the delicious and Argentinean cuisine in the wide and varied offer of restaurants, pizzerias, parrillas (barbecue restaurants), cafés and pubs scattered all over the place.
The food provided at the Hostel is very tasty, fresh and plentiful, and mostly agreeable for European palates.
On interns’ special request and with notice given in advance, CW can arrange for private accommodation and individual bedrooms in family homes located in the fanciest neighborhoods of Buenos Aires city (Recoleta, Palermo, Belgrano, etc). The fees for this accommodation do not include any meals but volunteers can use the kitchen facilities and / or make their own arrangements with their host once in site and at an additional cost.
Spanish is Argentina’s official national language
The Argentine peso is the official currency in Argentina
The capital city is Buenos Aires
The country is home to approximately 41,09 million people
Argentina is famous for its contribution to the world of football, with a large proportion of its players heading success all over the world
Argentina is one of the few countries in which two people of the same sex can be married by law
Argentina spans across 2,766,890 square kilometers and is the second largest nation in South America, coming in only behind Brazil.
For more information, visit the following link:http://www.cwabroad.org/argentina-p-4.html
Placement Fee Internship (without accommodation):
Internship & Accommodation:
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*Please note: All Internship programs in Argentina attract a Registration Fee of USD 279 on top of the program Fee. You can calculate the value of your currency in US dollar using this currency convertor.
*Please read our refund policy.
What do my fees pay for?
Registration Fee: Support and guidance from CW staff, program marketing costs, pre-departure assistance, CW Solidarity Fund, administration costs, staff salary, travel costs to inspect programs and communication costs with participants.
Program Fee Internship: Internship placement, Airport pick-up, welcome pack, orientation, program supervision, in-country 24/7 participant support and in-country administration costs.
Program Fee Internship and accommodation: Internship placement, Accommodation with a host family (without meals), welcome pack,Airport pick-up, orientation, program supervision, in-country 24/7 participant support and in-country administration costs.
What’s no included: Air tickets,Vaccinations,Transportation to and from project, Certificate of Good conduct, transfer back to the airport at conclusion of program, Spanish lessons (optional),Visa, Local travels and Personal expenses, International Insurance against sickness, accident and 3er party liability. In addition to providing health insurance, the plan must cover medical evacuation and repatriation. Our participants in Argentina generally find USD 80 to be sufficient for basic weekly expenses.