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Projects Abroad in Argentina
Projects Abroad is the world's largest international volunteer organization. Trusted by over 122,000 volunteers. Discover 25 exciting countries across 5 continents: Argentina, Belize, Cambodia, China, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Fiji, Ghana, Jamaica, Kenya, Madagascar, Mexico, Mongolia, Nepal, Peru, Philippines, Romania, Samoa, Senegal, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Thailand, and Vietnam. Volunteer programs start year-round and last from one week to a year. Opportunities exist in teaching, childcare, social work, conservation, community development, medicine, human rights, journalism, international development, language courses, and more! Programs are for ages 16+.
Volunteer in Argentina with Projects Abroad
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Dates: Start any day you choose.
Cost: Please see our website for prices.
Contact: Projects Abroad Inc. 600 B Street, Suite 300, San Diego, CA, 92101.
Tel: (+1) 212 244 7234.
Email: info@projects-abroad.org
Website: www.projects-abroad.org
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Connect-123 Volunteer Programs in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Connect-123 links you to volunteer projects in Buenos Aires, Argentina, according to your interests and skills, in health care, community service, education, and many other fields. Health care projects include working directly with doctors on medical research projects, providing non-medical care to patients, attending ward rounds and helping the nursing staff care for patients. Social work, and education projects include working at a legal advice center, assessing the impact of community-based interventions, helping with public health awareness campaigns, mentoring street children, teaching English, caring for infants and toddlers at orphanages, working with youth regarding issues related to HIV/AIDS, sexuality and adolescence, and helping to build schools and houses for disadvantaged communities.
What's included: Finding a volunteer project that specifically meets your needs; arranging secure, high-quality, centrally-located accommodation based on your budget; assisting with local transport and providing advice on public transport routes; airport meet and greet service; a complete preparation and orientation information pack; advice, assistance, and guidance before, during, and after your stay; group-rate discounts; and 24/7 emergency support and assistance.
Volunteer in Buenos Aires, Argentina with Connect-123in Argentina with Connect-123 Dates: Both start dates and durations are flexible. Typical durations range from 1 to 6 months.
Cost: Please see website for details.
Contact: Connect-123 International Internship and Volunteer Programs
USA Tel: (800) 731 6406 (toll free)
Email: info@connect-123.com
Website: www.connect-123.com/programs/volunteer/buenos-aires-argentina/
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Volunteer Abroad with IVHQ in Argentina from US$300
Affordable volunteer opportunities available in Argentina. Volunteers can participate in Teaching, Childcare, Elderly Care, Community Development, Special Needs and Healthcare. IVHQ places thousands of volunteer travelers abroad every year — one of the world's most popular volunteer organizations!
Volunteer in Argentina
Volunteer in Argentina wiith Volunteer HQ
Cost: Program Fees start from US$300
Dates: See website for particular country program start dates.
Duration
: Volunteers can volunteer anywhere from one week to six months.
Contact: International Volunteer HQ
, PO Box 8273, New Plymouth, NEW ZEALAND.
Tel.:
+64 6 758 7949.
Email: volunteer@volunteerhq.org
Website: www.volunteerhq.org
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ELI Abroad
The vibrant city of Buenos Aires, also known as “the Paris of the South”, is the backdrop for the meaningful volunteer programs ELI offers in Argentina. Participants can volunteer with orphans and at-risk youth or work in a soup kitchen, helping to get food to the neediest residents of Buenos Aires. Spanish language classes can also be arranged to make sure that participants can get the most out of this rich cultural immersion experience!
Argentina waterfalls Dates: Programs are available throughout the year and dates are flexible.
Costs: Program fees start at $790. The cost will depend on the program and duration of the program.
Contact: ELI
, 1557 Ogden St. #5, Denver, CO 80218
Tel.: 303-321-8278
Email: info@eliabroad.org
Website: www.eliabroad.org
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Volunteer Abroad in Argentina for 4 - 52 Weeks
United Planet's Quests offer volunteers the opportunity to learn, teach, work, engage and immerse themselves in a culture outside their comfort zone. Ages 18 and up are invited to enroll. Live in Argentina for 4-52 weeks and form intercultural relationships as you work with urban youth at centers focused on bringing art and culture into the lives of young people. Volunteers live with a local host family, participate in cultural activities and excursions, and receive 24/7 support – a true immersion experience that allows you to build relationships that last a lifetime.
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Contact: Please give the United Planet Team a call at 617-874-8041 or email quest@unitedplanet.org.
More information can be found at: www.unitedplanet.org and for United Planet’s Argentina programs at: www.unitedplanet.org/volunteer-abroad/long-term/argentina.
Feel free to visit us from 9 AM to 5 PM at United Planet, Boston Harbor Shipyard and Marina, 256 Marginal Street, Boston, MA 02128.

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Road2Argentina
Volunteering in Argentina
Road2Argentina partners with many local non-profit organizations, schools, orphanages and community centers in Buenos Aires in order to provide assistance to those in need. These partnerships provide our volunteers the opportunity to involve themselves in meaningful projects and make a difference during their time here in the city. They are also a great way to hone one’s Spanish and see a less touristy side of Buenos Aires.
Volunteers can also join a team of biologists who take care of hurt species of the endangered Andean Condor and be part of an unique conservation program in Buenos Aires.

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