This Road2Argentina internship program is the perfect way to immerse yourself in Argentine culture and Spanish language while gaining valuable international work experience....
Road2Argentina offers international business placements at multiple organizations and businesses located in Buenos Aires. Pursuing an internship in Buenos Aires is an ideal...
Volunteering through Road2Argentina gives you the opportunity to be more than a tourist, allowing you to interact with locals and practice your Spanish while giving back
The Road2Argentina medical internship takes place at a large public hospital in Buenos Aires. Interns will gain valuable experience through shadowing doctors and interacting...
Road2Argentina offers a comprehensive university semester in Buenos Aires at the Universidad de Belgrano (UB) and Universidad Catolica Argentina (UCA), two of Argentina's...
Road2Argentina Spanish School is located in the center of Buenos Aires and is dedicated to offering high-quality, intensive Spanish courses. Weekly Spanish classes can...
Develop and master your teaching skills and become TEFL/TESOL certified with our 4-week (120 hour) course in Buenos Aires. These internationally recognized certifications...
Cool Buenos Aires hospital internship
Submitted by Jenna Kenny - - | March 08, 2018
I came to Buenos Aires for a summer and it was the best! I worked in a public hospital there and had a great experience. I rotated through different specialties and was able to improve my Spanish skills. The coordinators with Road2Argentina were extremely helpful and set up fun events each week. It was a great way to see different parts of the city and meet new people.
An Incredible Experience
Submitted by Nidhish Lokesh - University of Texas at Dallas | October 25, 2017
This semester abroad with Road2Argentina has been some of the best few months of my life. Professionally, my internship placement and project were very relevant to my fields of interests. I got to pursue a personal project and really learn a lot about the topic. The work environment was great and my colleagues have all been friendly and welcoming. I gained a lot of language experience and loved the Spanish classes Road provided so much that I elected to stay a full month in the classes! The program coordinators, Will and Simon, have been incredibly supportive and welcoming, and I am very grateful for all the help. Buenos Aires really came to feel like home, and the friends I made through this program and Spanish classes were a significant part of that. I've gotten to explore surround cities and attractions as well. My host accommodation was very welcoming and comfortable. Overall it has been an amazing experience and I have no regrets about choosing R2A. I highly recommend this program to anyone interested.
Great times in a great city
Submitted by PipiCucu - The Ohio State University | October 10, 2017
I enthusiastically encourage the program to prospective travelers. Both of volunteer placements, as an english teacher in a school and as a after school tutor, were a good fit. I got to work personally with the students and interact with my Argentinian co-workers and co-volunteers. I liked seeing what everyone else in the program was doing and share experiences.
The directors are great and I always felt taken care of. I felt like I immediately joined a group of foreigners and natives and it was a lot of fun! The city is a rich cultural experience and the country is beautiful. I also highly recommend studying Tango while here.
There's a 1st time for everything!
Submitted by Tiffany - george mason university | September 06, 2017
Before I tell you how wonderful R2A is, I feel like I should first give you some background information about myself. My name is Tiffany and I had never traveled outside the USA. My biggest travel excursion has been up and down the east coast (Florida to New York) I had never traveled alone. I have never been on an airplane. I never had a passport. HOWEVER, I did it, and succeeded! I was in Buenos Aires for two months volunteering for Pillares which is an NGO that works in Villa 21-24. My main goal for coming to BA was to gain confidence in my Spanish.I could speak it and understand it but never had the confidence to say I was fluent. While I was planning my trip R2A was AMAZING! As a first time traveler, you could guess I had questions about everything! I had a pretty long email feed with R2A filled with questions and everytime they responded they were so nice and helpful. They always got back to me so quickly and really made me feel comfortable with my decision to go on this big adventure! Then when I got to BA I couldn't believe the amazing home I was staying in! The family was so welcoming and wonderful. My first full day in BA R2A took me everywhere I needed to go, and showed me how to get to my internship sites! I felt so at ease because I was given my own mini field trip tailored just for me. After that day I knew I would be fine because Will and Simon were SO helpful and understanding! Now that I have completed my 2 months in BA I am so over joyed with my personal growth and the connections I have made with the other roadies! Overall, I say R2A is literally the best program out there and if I could do it, so could you!
Internship with R2A
Submitted by Rachel Orga - George Mason University | September 05, 2017
Road2Argentina has great connections to find you the most rewarding internship you can imagine. During your time as an intern you will grow not only personally, but professionally as well. I highly recommend this program to anyone willing to step out of their comfort zone and experience Latin American culture.