If you’re headed to Italy (you lucky ILP Europe volunteers!) you might want to check out some of the stunning beaches along Italy’s Amalfi Coast. As a head’s up, you're not going to want to leave.
After living in China for a semester, you can’t really go home unless you put every single one of these places on the ‘gram.
So far, we haven’t run into things about Poland we don’t like (you lucky ILP volunteers!), but this hidden lake may take the cake — it’s ideal for all your sunny afternoons abroad.
So you want to visit China but you don’t speak a word of Chinese — turns out, that’s not even a bit of a problem! Seriously — I actually lived in China and got by just fine.
Maybe you’ve heard a little bit about the ILP Program and it sounds great … but you’re not exactly sure what is actually means to volunteer abroad with us — and that’s OK! We’ve put together some more info on what you might be worried about so you can know what it takes.
Topics: ILP Basics
If you didn’t know, ILP has two programs: Exchange and Humanitarian. While they do have some similarities (both programs let you give back and make a difference!) there are some differences that can help you figure out what country and what program is going to be the best choice for you.
Turns out Chiang Mai is more than markets, lantern festivals and elephants — this city in Thailand also has one rad water theme park!
Headed to China but have no idea how to actually book a train ticket (or even speak a single word of Mandarin?) Not a problem — we promise!