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Announcing Two New ILP Schools!

Posted by Jen King on 2/29/16 2:39 PM

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Guys, new ILP schools are popping up all over the place. We're growing and we love it. The more schools we have open, the more opporunities we can give to you to live in another country and have those once-in-a-lifetime volunteer experiences. So where are the new schools at?

Mexico! But before I tell you more about which city they're in...

The great thing about two new school openings means that we have two new Head Teacher positions for the Summer 2016 semester! If you're interested in head teaching, get your application started right away before the spots fill up.

APPLY HERE

TO BE A HEAD TEACHER IN MEXICO!

 

Now, where are the new schools at?

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Irapuato

Today it is the second largest city in the state, but still has a small town feel. Irapuato is known for its agriculture and especially famous for the freshest strawberries. Strawberry picking in Mexico? Mmmm. Since the soil is so rich, this town is the largest producer in strawberries, broccoli, carrot and avocado, among many other fruits and vegetables.

Irapuato is just south of some amazing sites. To the northwest is the city of Leon. There is a ton of sightseeing in this city, and would make the perfect weekend getaway. In the month of November there is a big hot balloon festival. To the northeast is the city of  San Miguel de Allende. This is probably one of the most picturesque cities in all of Mexico. Look it up, and fall in love.

Celaya

Summer 2016 will actually be the second semester for this new school.

Celaya is located in the state of Guanajuato, Mexico, which is about three and a half hours northwest of Mexico City. Fun fact, Guanajuato is very rich in silver and gold deposits. Celaya is the third largest city in the state, and filled with fun things to see.

Celaya is also close to Leon and San Miguel de Allende (mentioned above).

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Want to teach English in Mexico to the most adorable little humans? Go see why volunteers love living in Mexico! We're talking the real Mexico...not the touristy kind. Remember two new head teacher positions are available right now for Summer 2016 and you can apply here for that.

If this is your first time and you are interested in living abroad, click below to take advantage of these volunteer opportunities in Mexico!

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