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Below are the available Jewish opportunities in Buenos Aires. Please click on the button below and let us know what you are interested in this semester.
- Menora/MINT: Menora is a sephardi, Orthodox community in Buenos Aires. MINT (Menora for Internationals) was founded to help Jewish international students make the most of their time in Buenos Aires. They host shabbat and festival meals where you can meet local and other international students, as well as organize other social events.
- AMIJAI: a warm and welcoming conservative community. They love to welcome international students to their community and can help connect you with local host families for shabbat and festival meals.
- Pardes Community: a reform community in Buenos Aires. They host holiday events and creative shabbat and festival services and is a great place to connect with the local community.
- La Casa Belgrano: La Casa Belgrano is an organization that puts on shabbat, holiday, and other social events for students. It is a great place to meet local students in Buenos Aires.
- Host Families