Technological Education Government Agency

This government agency emerged in response to Argentina’s rapid globalization and accelerated technological revolution. The agency is in charge of coordinating the policies on the development and strengthening of technical and vocational education for technical high schools, community colleges, and vocational schools.  It is also responsible for designing, planning, regulating, and financing technical and vocational education in Argentina.

Country: Argentina
Industry: Education & Teaching; Development & Sustainability
Sector: Government Agency
Office Size: Large (more than 50 full-time staff members)


Intern Project Examples:

1 - Research & Analysis Intern

The intern will be in charge of researching different projects related to the people who study in the technical and vocational educational system in Argentina and identifying best practices for the areas of work of the Institute. Interns will gain insights about the inner workings of a major governmental institute and learn about education in Argentina, as well as about technical education and community colleges in other countries, while helping to improve existing programs and shape new programs through the research work. 

Spanish Level Required: Advanced
Academic Background and Technical Skills: The intern is expected to be able to read research projects, navigate databases, and write reports.  This is an ideal internship for candidates with interests in government, public policy, education policy, technology in education, as well as education law and government administration.  Preferred candidates would be proactive and curious and have excellent interpersonal skills, ability to problem solve and propose creative and innovative solutions.

2 - Monitoring & Evaluation Intern

The intern will be in charge of monitoring and evaluating different public policies related to the programs of technical and vocational education in Argentina.  The intern will conduct research on program indicators, create new evaluation surveys and improve existing ones, and implement the evaluation tools in order to prepare a report on evaluative findings for program improvements.  Interns will gain insights about the inner workings of a major governmental institute and learn about education in Argentina, while helping to improve existing programs and shape new programs through the evaluation work. 

Spanish Level Required: Advanced
Academic Background and Technical Skills: The intern is expected to be able to read information about education public policies, monitor their implementation, and evaluate the outcomes. This is an ideal internship for candidates with interests in government, public policy, education policy, technology in education, as well as education law and government administration.  Preferred candidates would be proactive and curious and have excellent interpersonal skills, ability to problem solve and propose creative and innovative solutions.

3 - Communications & Social Media Intern

The intern will help to communicate the agency’s work through press, public relations, social media, and traditional media.  The intern will craft communication materials in Spanish and English and will research and identify key contacts for outreach.

Spanish Level Required: Advanced
Academic Background and Technical Skills: The intern is expected to be able to read and write reports and press releases, monitor social media, and do basic digital design.

4 - Graphic & Web Design Intern

The intern will design flyers, leaflets, and websites for program materials and communication needs. 

Spanish Level Required: Advanced
Academic Background and Technical Skills: The intern is expected to be able to make graphic and web designs.



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