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Contact Information for Internships in Latin America

International Programs & Off-Campus Study - to speak to the coordinator of the School in Latin America
Tel: 802.443.5745

Middlebury College School in Latin America (Argentina) - Juan Hurtado, Internship supervisor
Tel: 011.54.11.5238.3000; jhurtado@middlebury.edu

Internship Interviews

During the application process, you may be required to interview with potential internship supervisors.

The Director/Internship Coordinator will arrange the interviews for you and may accompany you to these interviews. S/he will explain the goals and requirements of the internship to your potential supervisor and will give them your resume. You should be prepared to discuss your goals and interests, and what you hope to both contribute and gain from the internship.

Here are some points to remember during the interviews:

On The Job - Internships Abroad

In order to ensure a successful internship experience, you must be proactive and take initiative. You will be responsible for yourself and your learning. The staff in many organizations and businesses is extremely busy and overworked. If you don't assert yourself, you may fall through the cracks.

Evaluation & Other Requirements for Internships

The Director or Internship Coordinator will provide evaluation forms to all student-interns and their supervisors prior to the end of the internship. Students should return these forms along with all required written assignments to the Director/Internship Coordinator before their departure from the Middlebury School Abroad.

Contact Information for Internships in Latin America

International Programs & Off-Campus Study - to speak to the advisor for the Country in Latin America where you'll be studying
Tel: 802.443.5745
Nicole Chance for Brazil, Bill Mayers for Chile, or Susan Parsons for Argentina and Uruguay

Middlebury College School in Latin America (Argentina) - Juan Hurtado, Internship supervisor
Tel: 011.54.11.5238.3000; jhurtado@middlebury.edu

College Credit for Internships

Serious students have the opportunity to earn credit for an internship.*

Interns will be required to fulfill a variety of work-related  and academic assignments:

Internship Interviews

During the application process, you may be required to interview with potential internship supervisors.

The Director/Internship Coordinator will arrange the interviews for you and may accompany you to these interviews. S/he will explain the goals and requirements of the internship to your potential supervisor and will give them your resume. You should be prepared to discuss your goals and interests, and what you hope to both contribute and gain from the internship.

Here are some points to remember during the interviews:

On The Job - Internships Abroad

In order to ensure a successful internship experience, you must be proactive and take initiative. You will be responsible for yourself and your learning. The staff in many organizations and businesses is extremely busy and overworked. If you don't assert yourself, you may fall through the cracks.

Evaluation & Other Requirements for Internships

The Director or Internship Coordinator will provide evaluation forms to all student-interns and their supervisors prior to the end of the internship. Students should return these forms along with all required written assignments to the Director/Internship Coordinator before their departure from the Middlebury School Abroad.

Contact Information for Internships in Latin America

International Programs & Off-Campus Study - to speak to the coordinator of the School in Latin America
Tel: 802.443.5745

Middlebury College School in Latin America (Argentina) - Juan Hurtado, Internship supervisor
Tel: 011.54.11.5238.3000; jhurtado@middlebury.edu

College Credit for Internships

Serious students have the opportunity to earn credit for an internship.*

Interns will be required to fulfill a variety of work-related  and academic assignments:

Internship Interviews

During the application process, you may be required to interview with potential internship supervisors.

The Director/Internship Coordinator will arrange the interviews for you and may accompany you to these interviews. S/he will explain the goals and requirements of the internship to your potential supervisor and will give them your resume. You should be prepared to discuss your goals and interests, and what you hope to both contribute and gain from the internship.

Here are some points to remember during the interviews:

On The Job - Internships Abroad

In order to ensure a successful internship experience, you must be proactive and take initiative. You will be responsible for yourself and your learning. The staff in many organizations and businesses is extremely busy and overworked. If you don't assert yourself, you may fall through the cracks.

Evaluation & Other Requirements for Internships

The Director or Internship Coordinator will provide evaluation forms to all student-interns and their supervisors prior to the end of the internship. Students should return these forms along with all required written assignments to the Director/Internship Coordinator before their departure from the Middlebury School Abroad.

Contact Information for Internships in Latin America

International Programs & Off-Campus Study - to speak to the coordinator of the School in Latin America
Tel: 802.443.5745

Middlebury College School in Latin America (Argentina) - Juan Hurtado, Internship supervisor
Tel: 011.54.11.5238.3000; jhurtado@middlebury.edu

College Credit for Internships

Serious students have the opportunity to earn credit for an internship.*

Interns will be required to fulfill a variety of work-related  and academic assignments:

Internship Interviews

During the application process, you may be required to interview with potential internship supervisors.

The Director/Internship Coordinator will arrange the interviews for you and may accompany you to these interviews. S/he will explain the goals and requirements of the internship to your potential supervisor and will give them your resume. You should be prepared to discuss your goals and interests, and what you hope to both contribute and gain from the internship.

Here are some points to remember during the interviews:

On The Job - Internships Abroad

In order to ensure a successful internship experience, you must be proactive and take initiative. You will be responsible for yourself and your learning. The staff in many organizations and businesses is extremely busy and overworked. If you don't assert yourself, you may fall through the cracks.

Evaluation & Other Requirements for Internships

The Director or Internship Coordinator will provide evaluation forms to all student-interns and their supervisors prior to the end of the internship. Students should return these forms along with all required written assignments to the Director/Internship Coordinator before their departure from the Middlebury School Abroad.

College Credit for Internships

Serious students have the opportunity to earn credit for an internship.*

Interns will be required to fulfill a variety of work-related  and academic assignments:

Evaluation & Other Requirements for Internships

The Director or Internship Coordinator will provide evaluation forms to all student-interns and their supervisors prior to the end of the internship. Students should return these forms along with all required written assignments to the Director/Internship Coordinator before their departure from the Middlebury School Abroad.

Internship Interviews

During the application process, you may be required to interview with potential internship supervisors.

The Director/Internship Coordinator will arrange the interviews for you and may accompany you to these interviews. S/he will explain the goals and requirements of the internship to your potential supervisor and will give them your resume. You should be prepared to discuss your goals and interests, and what you hope to both contribute and gain from the internship.

Here are some points to remember during the interviews:

On The Job - Internships Abroad

In order to ensure a successful internship experience, you must be proactive and take initiative. You will be responsible for yourself and your learning. The staff in many organizations and businesses is extremely busy and overworked. If you don't assert yourself, you may fall through the cracks.

Not-for Credit Internships

Students may chose to pursue an internship for the experience alone, and not for academic credit.

Such interns will still be required to fulfill a variety of assignments, minus the formal academic paper:

Not-for Credit Internships

Students may chose to pursue an internship for the experience alone, and not for academic credit.

Such interns will still be required to fulfill a variety of assignments, minus the formal academic paper:

Not-for Credit Internships

Students may chose to pursue an internship for the experience alone, and not for academic credit.

Such interns will still be required to fulfill a variety of assignments, minus the formal academic paper:

Not-for Credit Internships

Students may chose to pursue an internship for the experience alone, and not for academic credit.

Such interns will still be required to fulfill a variety of assignments, minus the formal academic paper:

Not-for Credit Internships

Students may chose to pursue an internship for the experience alone, and not for academic credit.

Such interns will still be required to fulfill a variety of assignments, minus the formal academic paper:

Internship Opportunities

While we do our best to assist students interested in pursuing an internship, we cannot guarantee an internship placement. The application process is competitive, and only qualified candidates will ultimately be offered an internship.