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What's Included
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Apr 27, 2022
Aug 08, 2019
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About Program

Complete an education internship abroad with Connect-123! Chose one of six destinations, namely Barcelona, Buenos Aires, Sydney, Cape Town, Dublin, or Shanghai, and fulfill your dream of growing your teaching skills while working in education abroad.

Our extensive network of education partners and host organizations offers a wide range of teaching and education-related placements. Previous interns have assisted with childhood literacy programs, worked as teacher's assistants at school or summer camps, mentored students, lead life-skills workshops and sports programs, and researched education-related policies.

Our local team provides on-the-ground support before, during, and after your internship, including housing assistance, in-depth orientation, social events, cultural activities, and career support and guidance.

Program durations and start and end dates are flexible to fit your needs.

Contact us today to learn more about internship opportunities with Connect-123!

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Program Highlights

  • Hone your education skills and knowledge further for professional growth.
  • Receive assistance and guidance from a placement coordinator who specializes in your field of interest.
  • Immerse in local culture and traditions through trips, excursions, and other activities.
  • Live in the secure and centrally located Connect-123 housing with your fellow interns.
  • Meet other interns and socialize with them through a range of organized events.

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Education Internship in Buenos Aires, Argentina

My two month internship in Buenos Aires exceeded all of my expectations. I had the opportunity to help teach English at a school with grades first through seventh. As a Spanish education major and Teaching English as a Second Language minor I am very interested in languages and wanted hands on experience in a school. From working one on one with students, to teaching lessons my education internship allowed me to gain real world experience of what every day life is like in a classroom. Aside from my internship, Buenos Aires is a great place. There is always something to do, from going to museums, shopping at fairs, to hanging out with friends in plazas there is something for everyone. This program is a great way to be immersed in another language and culture and I am so grateful for this opportunity!

What is your advice to future travelers on this program?
Be open minded and allow yourself to learn new things, about yourself and the profession you want to go into.
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Connect is a great option for a gap year!

During my gap year before starting as a freshman at Rice University, I interned for 3 months as a teacher’s assistant at a preschool in Buenos Aires. It was a super great experience: my Spanish skills improved tremendously, I gained valuable experience working with children, and I immersed myself in the porteño culture. My internship was certainly hard at times, mostly because of the language barrier between myself and the other teachers, I was enriched so much by getting to spend time with such adorable children.

Outside my internship, I loved taking classes at the language school Connect referred me too. The teachers there were excellent and I made friends with several of the other students there from Europe and the US. This was my first time living on my own, which presented some of the biggest challenges of my trip, but Paula (the program coordinator) was always there if I needed help. I like the way being a Connect intern provided me with a network of new friends to explore Buenos Aires and Argentina with. There were many planned activities us interns could join in on, but Connect was appropriately hands-off so that our experiences could be as unstructured as we wanted. We were in charge of shaping our own experiences. The highlight of my 3-month time in Argentina was the trip I took to Patagonia with some friends from Connect.

I would certainly recommend a Connect internship to anyone looking for an educational and fun experience that can be as structured or as free as you wish.

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