Are you wanting to make a difference, travel the world, grow personally or just start a new adventure? You've probably looked around at a few study abroad programs or humanitarian programs and gotten a bit discouraged when you realized how expensive they can be ... but not ILP!
Know someone spending a semester living abroad and wanna show them some love? It can be hard to know what to send! Whether they are volunteering with International Language Programs (ILP), on a study abroad, or taking a Gap Year here are a few ideas to get you started.
Dying to do some sort of volunteer trip or semester abroad? Since you're here...we're guessing you're wondering what a trip with ILP would be like right? Here's some quick info to cover all your questions!
Here’s what you — er, I guess your parents and friends — need to know about sending a package to you while you’re living abroad!
While volunteering with International Language Programs (ILP) you will meet and serve alongside amazing people in your group. They are from all over the US and have different religious backgrounds, ideas and views. Each of them will teach you something that will help you grow as a person.
If you're having a hard time convincing your parents how great of an experience it would be for you to live in Thailand for a semester, try telling them that they can come visit you! That might change things.
Looking for the best gift to show your grad just how proud you are? We can almost guarantee they'll love any one of these three gifts.
Topics: For The Parents
If you are serving abroad with the International Language Programs, you'll need to attend a 2-day training before you start your adventure — here's what it's all about.
International Language Programs has been around for over twenty years providing service opportunities for college aged volunteers to travel and experience another part of the world. But it's a little more than just a fun, life changing trip for people volunteering abroad.