As a future, current or even past ILP volunteer, you may be wondering if your time teaching English abroad really had an impact on your kids ...."Is it really that important for them to learn English?"
Been watching your son or daughter post about their amazing adventures while they're volunteering abroad? It's probably giving you the urge to go see where they've been living, but can you visit your volunteer on their semester?
The best way to grow your following is to have a beautiful, interesting account! Working on your content is the best way to get your photos out into the world and we've got some tips for you below.
Getting ready to start up a Facebook fundraiser to help you afford your semester volunteering abroad with ILP? Awesome! Here's some tips first.
If you're applying or about to head out for your first ILP semester, you may have heard some chatter about head teachers. You may know that you will have one and that you can go back as one, but have you really heard exactly what an ILP head teacher is and does?
Even after tons of research and asking all the right questions, if you’re still a little nervous to be traveling and living abroad, that is totally normal.
If you've been accepted to volunteer abroad with ILP, you know that we recommend the ISIC insurance card for all travelers. Are you wondering if this card is actually worth paying for?
Is your child thinking of volunteering abroad? Here's what a mom of two former ILP volunteers says about the program and why she now wants all of her kids to serve abroad.
There are many benefits to volunteering abroad with ILP and getting your own ILP group a big one! While it's awesome to get a group to travel with, it can also be kind of nerve wracking not knowing who you're going with.
There are really so many perks when you volunteer abroad with ILP, but one of the biggest reasons people choose ILP is because of the groups. Traveling alone can be really intimidating and there are more benefits to having a group than you'd ever think.