Looking for memorable adventures with your spouse? We checked in with Joe and Ivy Wilson who have been living abroad, volunteering, and traveling the world for the better part of a year to see how they did it.
So you want to spend a semester living abroad, but how in the world are you supposed to choose a country … Which one is the best fit? Talk about a tough choice (because seriously, every country is rad and you've got 10 to choose from … it just depends on what you are looking for). But don’t worry, maybe we can help you narrow it down.
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!
Topics: ILP Basics
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!
Depending on your ILP school, you may not even have an end of year performance … but if you do here are a few ideas!
We interviewed Hannah who has volunteered abroad with ILP in Russia, Ukraine, China, Thailand and Romania and is currently in the Dominican Republic! She shared with us a few of the ways ILP has changed her life and why she is glad she has spent so many semesters abroad with ILP!
Did you know you can go abroad with International Language Programs (ILP!) more than once and it's even more affordable than your first trip? When volunteering as a Head Teacher your program fee is completely covered by ILP for most locations AND you get a stipend of spending money to take on your trip. Sounds awesome right? It is! Keep reading to learn how to get this deal.
One of the most unique things about volunteering with ILP is that you get to spend an entire semester abroad. A full semester really is amazing but it may seem like a long time at first. Here are some reasons why you'll love having a full semester to volunteer instead of just a week or two and while you'll be so thankful you did!
People who like to travel are cool, but people who travel with ILP are even cooler — here’s what a few of our alumni have been up to.
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.