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.
Deciding to volunteer abroad with ILP is a big deal and you are bound to have lots of questions. We get it! We have all been there at one point or another and want to help you out.
There are some major perks to traveling with a group - who knows? You might end up with a whole group of travel-buddies to keep exploring with long after your semester abroad is over.
Topics: Benefits of Volunteering
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Tell me if one of these scenarios sounds familiar to you: You're dreaming of volunteering abroad with ILP in China, but you have a serious boyfriend/girlfriend at home you don't want to leave? OR, you decide to spend a semester volunteering in Europe (you have been accepted, finished your documents and everything) and then you meet "the one". Now what?