NYU Buenos Aires offers a variety of ways for students to get involved in the community
Get out of the classroom and into the community! Immerse yourself in Argentina’s culture and community and gain invaluable hands-on experience. Explore Argentine society through the not-for-profit sector and discover how organizations address key issues facing Buenos Aires today.
NYU Buenos Aires has two great ways for students to get involved in the community. The Academic Internship Program offers a for-credit experience through the Internship Seminar and Fieldwork. And a non-credit experience through the Volunteer & Community Service Program.
Experiential Learning Seminar
NODEP-UA 9982 or INDIV-UG 9150 - 4 points
Enrollment by permission only. Application required. Intermediate Spanish or above is strongly recommended.
This course requires a 90-minute weekly seminar and a minimum of 10 hours fieldwork a week at an approved internship field site. The seminar is designed to complement your internship fieldwork, exploring many different aspects of your organization and of Argentine Civil Society. Your goal is to finish the semester with an in-depth understanding of your agency. The course provides you with tools to analyze your organization’s approach, its policies, its programs, and the political, legal, social, economic and cultural contexts in which it operates. Guest speakers are invited to the seminar and case studies on Argentina civil society are discussed. You will also spend time reflecting on the internship experience itself as a way to better understand your academic, personal, and career goals.
Detailed Application Instructions
Visit the NYU Study Away Apply page for instructions on submitting an NYU Study Away Application. Following submission of your study away application, you will be prompted to complete an Internship application. The internship application requires you to answer a series of questions designed to help you think systematically about what you would like to learn and accomplish from an internship experience in Buenos Aires, and to indicate three internship placements of interest based on the offerings listed on this webpage.
Students must indicate on the application if they intend to participate in the internship program on a for-credit or a non-credit basis. Students wishing to participate in the program for credit must enroll in the 4-credit Internship Seminar and Fieldwork course (NODEP-UA 9982/INDIV-UG 9050).
Students seeking a Non-Credit Internship must also complete the online application but are encouraged to visit the NYU Buenos Aires Volunteer webpage for further information.
Note: All applicants must have their resumes reviewed by a career coach at the Wasserman Center using this Resume Review Form. Completion of this form is a required part of the application process.You will also be required to upload a personal statement and a resume in .pdf or .doc format.
The application deadline for students seeking an internship for the FALL semester is March 15, 11:59pm New York time (and rolling after, until April 29, 11:59pm).
The application deadline for students seeking an internship for the SPRING semester is October 15, 11:59pm New York time (and rolling after, space and language level permitting).
After review of internship applications, students may be contacted and asked to do a Skype interview with the language coordinator in Buenos Aires to assess Spanish conversational ability.
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Wasserman Center Global Internship Grant - Spring 2022
Apply for a $1,000 grant!
DEADLINE: Thursday, April 07, 2022 at 11:59PM EST, Job ID 5654556
Pursuing an unpaid internship at a not-for-profit organization or within an industry that does not traditionally pay interns (arts, entertainment, media, nonprofit, education, etc.) this spring? Apply now for the Internship Grant! Check out our website for more information.
** Info for Summer and Fall internship grants coming soon**