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Learn Spanish and work as an intern in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Internship in Buenos Aires

An opportunity to intern abroad means not only gaining relevant industry skills, but also gaining valuable experience beyond just the workplace from living abroad. There are really countless reasons why you should consider spending a summer, semester, or even a year interning in a different country, these are six of our favorite reasons. 

1.Make your resume stand out

Make your resume stand out from the rest. Just a small percentage of students go overseas to study, and even less choose to intern overseas. Employers do value international experiences. Six out of ten employers around the world give extra credit for an international student experience. It may help you later in your career as well. The Wall Street Journal reported earlier this year that of the biggest 1,000 public and private companies in the U.S., 40% of CFOs had worked abroad.

 2. Pave a path to a job abroad 

While an internship is not a guarantee of a secured job at that company after you graduate, interning abroad can definitely help bring you closer to a goal of working abroad.. It’s also someone who can act as a reference for you locally, which may carry extra credibility depending on the industry. 

3. Practice language skills

Being able to practice your language skills outside the classroom is a great experience, especially in a professional setting. It is no secret that we live in a global economy where businesses interact on an international scale. With that in mind, today’s employers are often looking for new hires that have language proficiency. Knowing languages like Spanish and Mandarin can be extremely valuable in today’s globalized society while also making you more marketable as a potential employee. An internship program will not only help you hone the language, but many offer classes for you to develop or expand your knowledge.

4. Gain New Perspective

By interning abroad, you have the ability to learn a great deal about another culture, but also about society as a whole. By talking to others, you will gain a variety of different perspectives. In turn, you will develop a broader understanding of the world, current events and topics related to your particular field of study. Employers see this as a valuable skill, as it shows that you are able to handle conflict and tackle problems in new ways.

5. Discover yourself

Many people return from studying or interning abroad having learned a great deal about themselves. While you are in another country, you are often pushed outside of your box and forced to learn new things, which causes you to reflect on your own identity and experiences. In addition to gaining new perspectives, when you work overseas, you will also gain the confidence you need to enter the workforce.

6. Have an experience you won't forget

Interning abroad is a once in a lifetime opportunity. You will see new things, meet new people and cross items off your bucket list. Chances are that when you come home, you will continue to talk about your experience for the rest of your life.

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