Highlights This Month
Fall Internship Deadlines Are Approaching!
The months between October – January are a perfect time to be in South America, particularly Chile. In fact, the summer in Chile begins in December! Enjoy the warm weather here while living and interning abroad. Plenty of internship opportunities across a wide range of fields. You can intern from two to six months (one month programs for Teaching English). Deadline for an internship abroad program beginning in November is September 1st so best to apply now. See our Coupon for some cash savings, too!
Click here to see internship abroad programs in South America perfect for the Fall months.
Check out Adelante Abroad’s $150 promotional Fall 2016 offer!
Available NOW for November and December, 2016 start dates.
Apply and receive the promotional offer: Online Application Form
Yes! You can still apply for Fall Internships! All of our Programs are accepting Interns; Chile,Uruguay (it’s the beginning of Summer here), Spain, Costa Rica, and Mexico. What’s better than having a change of pace, developing language skills, and understanding your field-internationally during the fall? We like to think having less crowds, lower prices, and some great weather during the fall months internationally is definitely on the top of the list.
Check it out! Intern Abroad This Fall
Read about internship abroad & study abroad news, program updates, events and more…
Intern Abroad Update: Karina. (Intern in Madrid, Psychology)
“So far I’m loving madrid. The city itself is so amazing and so beautiful, it’s only the second European country I’ve been to, but I’m falling in love with it. The heat though, not as much, but it’s something I can deal with. On the social front, so far me and my roommates get along great! So that is also helpful when it goes for exploring the city..”
Meet the NEWEST member of Team Adelante
Lauren, our first ever Social Media and Marketing intern, just wrapped up her time here with Adelante. That means we just welcomed a new member to the team, Kevin! Check out this feature we did on Kevin recently, where we ask him what his goals and aspirations are and why he thinks an internship is valuable (among other things).
Intern Abroad Update: Kelsey R. (Professional Placement in London, Journalism & Media)
“London has been great so far, it’s truly a gorgeous city and everyone I’ve met has been so nice. My professional placement is easy to get to with the tube and truly seems like a great opportunity for me. They’re going to allow me to work on a lot, especially on a project I’m very interested in. They’re also flexible for the couple dates I’ll be traveling a bit, which is great.
Top 5 Reasons To Intern in Barcelona
Barcelona is one of our favorite destinations in the entire world. Beyond that, it is a great place to live, work, and explore. In case you need any more convincing on doing an internship here, we’ve got the Top 5 Reasons to Intern in Barcelona for you to check out in our latest blog.
Tools and Apps To Learn Spanish Easily!
Are you looking to do an internship abroad in a Spanish speaking country but aren’t quite confident enough in your language skills? There are some great resources and tools out there that can help you improve your Spanish whether you’re a beginner or more advanced speaker. Check out our latest blog on tools and apps to help you learn Spanish.
Intern in Abroad Update: Taylor W. (Intern in Marbella, Business)
“I like San Pedro a lot, I went walking around on my own and I went out last night with my host parents and later with a neighbor. Next weekend I am tagging along with a friend of my host brother to Granada! I feel really overwhelmed with the Spanish, of course I knew that it wouldn’t be easy at first but it’s a lot to take in. I went to the bilingual school on Friday, the class was a joke for me because it was much too easy, so I asked to be placed in a higher level on Monday. I also already started my internship on Friday, I met the people in the office and just did a really simple task of putting patient’s names into their computer system- nothing too overwhelming. For now, that’s about it!””
INTERN OPPORTUNITIES IN BARCELONA
Available positions for internships in starting from February 2016 and March 2016. (Which means you must apply NOW if you are serious.)
Customer Service Manager: This position is a challenging opportunity were the intern will manage the relationship with client as soon as he/she arrives in Barecelona; work with landlords; prepare monthly reports; organize events for clients so they can get to know Barcelona; collaborate with founders on new ideas.
Social Media and Marketing: Interns here are responsible for creating content for the company’s social media channels and measuring effectiveness; determining and improving customer perception with the support of the Customer Operations department; coordinating events; developing marketing tools for the sales department
This is a successful and growing business, and they are open to customize positions based on each interns resume and past skill set. Head here if you’re interested in seeing all internship opportunities in Barcelona.
Intern in Abroad Update: Sierra L. (Intern in Seville, Medical)
“Sevilla is amazing, I am having a wonderful time and making lots of friends. My internship is also very interesting, and my Spanish has been definitely improving. It is sad to think that I only have around 2 weeks left! Everything is going wonderfully”
Tips for Booking Your International Flight
Sometimes, booking an international flight can be stressful… especially if you’ve never done it before. We thought we’d offer a helping hand and share some of our tips to help walk you through the process of researching your international flight. With these tips, we’re confident you won’t spend any more money than you need to! Check out the new blog here.
I have learnt a lot from my placement, such an amazing experience. Exactly what I wanted and what I expected: to be exposed to a private clinical setting, covering a range of problems starting from family crises finishing with schizophrenia. The doctor himself and his crew were very supportive and friendly, which I think is quite important especially for a new person which doesn’t really know Spanish. During the month, my comprehension skills rocketed up as well as reading, the doctor asks you to read A LOT ( a piece of advice for someone doing the same placement is to read beforehand, it will greatly assist during your internship and in general in your future career)
I would participate in another Adelante program if given the chance. The program was extremely affordable in comparison to the others available and yet in comparing my experience with friends who choose other programs, Adelante never felt like a cookie cutter experience. It is true that it didn’t have as many excursions or trips, but I preferred the independence to explore the culture on my own. I was able to make my own experience and that was more rewarding then going on a packaged tour.