Make a difference in Buenos Aires through one of our meaningful
We at Road2Argentina have partnered with many local non-profit organizations, schools, orphanages and community centers in Buenos Aires in order to provide assistance to those in need. At the same time, these partnerships give our volunteers the opportunity to get involved with meaningful projects to make a difference during their time here in the city. Volunteering is also a great way to learn and practice your Spanish, or Castellano as the locals call it.
Internships in Argentina, placements by industry
Teaching English to Adults
Community and continuing education centers in Buenos Aires.
Volunteers will teach English to adults in small groups, helping them with speaking, listening, writing, reading, grammar and vocabulary lessons. They may also be asked to work with adults one-on-one.
Adults need extra time and patience when learning a new language as many think they will never be able to speak another language, especially at their age. The volunteer’s goal is try to change this by showing them that learning English is an important tool, that they can set a good example to their kids and that it can also be fun and ultimately therapeutic.
Flexible; available March through December
Continuing Education For Adults
Community centers and schools in Buenos Aires.
Volunteers will share their knowledge and specific skills with adults from needy communities. Areas include: basic computer classes (Microsoft Word, Excel, internet search), math, social sciences, English language, and vocational trades.
Volunteer in Sustainable Development
Sustainable Development NGO in Buenos Aires.
Designing environmentally focused projects, helping with environmental campaigns, assisting with administrative tasks, writing articles for the NGO’s blog and other publications, attending workshops, and organizing events.
Volunteering with Animals
Animal Conservation Foundation
Volunteers will assist with the care of injured birds found in Patagonia that have been brought to the zoo here in Buenos Aires. They will have the opportunity to prepare food and feed the birds, help with other duties depending on the season and needs of the zoo as well as maintaining a clean living environment for the animals.
This is a foundation thats objective is the preservation of the Condor of the Andes, the world’s largest bird of flight and a sacred symbol to the indigenous populations of South America. Volunteers should have an interest in endangered species/ Animals.
Flexible; 4 week minimum commitment
Volunteer Work with Children
Day care centers, group homes and community centers in Buenos Aires.
Volunteers help take care of children at centers, help them with their homework, organize educational activities, play games, act as a mentor and provide the children with much needed love and attention.
Children at these centers come from different backgrounds and most have had a difficult childhood. Many have been abandoned by their parents, abused or have lived on the streets. Volunteers should be prepared to take on these challenges.
Flexible, Morning and Afternoon
Help in a Community
Community centers and different villas (impoverished communities) in Buenos Aires.
Volunteers help in preparing lunch (you will learn the secrets of regional Argentine dishes), setting the tables, chatting with the diners, cleaning and making the whole process faster and more effective for everyone.
Large numbers of children and adults have lunch at both the community center and villa every day. It is a great place to improve your language skills and offer social assistance. In addition, it is the starting point to understanding the workings of the community centers and villas and its people.
Monday – Friday, mornings until after lunchtime
Recreational Activities with Children
Community centers and group homes in Buenos Aires
Learning projects, activities and sports events for children in need
These volunteer placements are in communities where children complete all their daily activities in a small and precarious homes with no privacy, no silence for studying and few toys to play with. Since the streets where they live can be dangerous, children have no space to play. Here you will be volunteering in the “safe place” or the centers where the children feel happy and can play and learn in a safe environment.
Flexible; afternoons and weekends
Teaching English to Children
Bilingual schools or after school programs in Buenos Aires
Volunteers will teach English to children in small groups, helping them with speaking, listening, writing, reading, grammar and vocabulary lessons. They may also be asked to work with children one-on-one.
Volunteers can teach children with different levels of English and from different ages.
Flexible; available March through December
Included services in the internship program
24/7 LOCAL SUPPORT
Read reviews of our roadies
I did a three month internship in Buenos Aires through Road2Argentina and this was an experience I will never forget. I arranged it through Road2Argentina and the process went really smooth and easy. First we talked through Skype and we tried to find a suitable internship. I ended up at an amazing lovely marketing company operating in a beautiful part of Buenos Aires.
My internship in Buenos Aires was one of the best abroad trips I have ever taken. Allowed me to explore options that I can do once I graduate. Outside of my internship, my adventures were quite appealing. I cannot wait to come back to explore more of Buenos Aires and to enhance my Spanish speaking skills.
The experience is the perfect blend of learning, growing, and having fun. Road sets you up with an internship and company that they know pique your interest. They create activities that expose you to the Argentine culture in a fun way. The program allows students to feel more comfortable in a foreign country.
Connor - United States
Shared Apartment Homestay
4 – 24 weeks
This price also includes a fee for volunteering which covers the cost of the donation we make to the organization, school, or orphanage which hosts you as a volunteer.
All programs have a minimum requirement of 4 weeks unless otherwise noted.
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