The Connect-123 Buenos Aires Internship Program has a flat fee of $2,450, which includes the following:
  • A custom designed internship that aligns with your interests and career goals
  • Orientation all about Buenos Aires shortly after your arrival
  • Free or at-cost access to Connect-123 social program including weekly events with other interns and volunteers
  • Comprehensive Argentina pre-trip guide
  • Airport pick-up service
  • Help arranging housing in Buenos Aires
  • Advice, support, and guidance before, during, and after your stay
  • 24/7 Emergency assistance
  • Lifetime Connect-123 Alumni group membership, connecting you with program graduates around the world for advice, opportunities, and community 
The $300 deposit, due with your application, can be paid via credit card or debit card here. The balance of $2,150 is due when you confirm your participation. Provided that you have not approved a placement, your deposit is fully refundable up until two weeks after we send you the first internship offer.
As an intern on our Buenos Aires program you may wish to live with other Connect-123 interns and volunteers, and enjoy exploring your new surroundings together. Or you might choose to live with young local professionals in a city apartment. These options can be explored with our local know-how and assistance from the Connect-123 team. Or simply do your own thing – our Buenos Aires internship program is entirely flexible when it comes to housing and you can seek as much or as little help from us as you want.

Since the future of every country lies in its children, your contribution to youth development in Argentina will be as beneficial for its population as it is to your personal and career growth. If you are interested in a youth development internship in Buenos Aires, we can arrange opportunities with one of several schools, local sport centers and nonprofit organizations. Your work might involve working in education promotion, HIV/AIDS prevention, issues of sexuality and adolescence, combining sports with life skills training, working with or coaching sports in underprivileged communities, or even putting together workshops and talent shows in local high schools. Specific projects include participating in wheelchair basketball games or track races with handicapped children, assisting local organizations with soccer tournaments for disadvantaged kids, mentoring youth through community volunteer projects, and conducting employment readiness workshops for high school aged kids.

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Ben Waters

Sports Intern | Buenos Aires
University of Colorado at Boulder
My internship was the highlight of my time in Argentina. I had the opportunity to work with children ages 7-14 as a athletics assistant and I had a great time doing it. Connect-123 was also very helpful in helping me travel to other parts of the country.

Emma-Louise Wagstaff

Youth Development / Sports Intern | Buenos Aires
University of East Anglia
As a student of languages at my home university in the UK, I decided to spend 5 months of my year abroad in one of the most incredible cities in South America. My time in Buenos Aires is one that I will never forget and neither will I forget the friends I was ...

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