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Read Volunteer's Personal Blogs While They Live in Mexico and Dominican Republic!

Posted by Cherish Germaine on 11/18/16, 1:44 PM


If you are wondering what it is really like to live in Latin America or the Caribbean for a semester abroad then you have come to the right place. Here's a roundup of ILP volunteers personal blogs so you can see what there experience was actually like!

Heading to Mexico or the Dominican Republic with International Language Programs (ILP)? If not, click here to apply nowIt can be a bit tricky trying to imagine what life will be like when you spend a semester volunteering in these countries ... to help you out, see what living abroad really was (and is) like for ILP volunteers in Mexico and the Dominican Republic! 






Kelsie was a head teacher in Mexico and wrote about her experience on this blog post. 


Dominican Republic 






Emma (and ILP DR volunteer) did an ILP Blog spotlight about her time volunteering in the Caribbean which is also worth a read!


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Topics: Central America, All About ILP + Volunteering Abroad, Caribbean

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