When volunteering with ILP you will become extremely attached to your students. Just warning ya.
With so many countries to choose from it can be hard to choose where to volunteer with ILP. No matter where you volunteer though you will LOVE your kids. Here's proof.
One of the most challenging parts of volunteering abroad with ILP is lesson planning. The actual lesson planning part is super easy, but finding those good ideas that are going to translate into super fun classes can be the challenge. We get asked where to find ideas all the time, so we compiled a list of the best ways to find them!
Meet Santiago- probably the cutest 5 year old in all of Mexico. He is an ILP(International Language Programs) student and has been learning English with ILP for 2 years. And, would you just check out those dance moves?
Lucky ILP Ukraine volunteers - you get to teach some super cute kids who you are going to adore. We want you to get to know the students better so here is a little bit about Volodia who you may teach with your ILP group in Kiev, Ukraine!
On my third trip with International Language Programs(ILP) I volunteered in Guzhen, China as a head teacher. Guzhen will always hold a special place in my heart! The school I volunteered at, my ILP group and the kids we taught were amazing. I miss China everyday and often think of the fun memories I made there. One of my favorite being our Halloween party, because first of all, I love Halloween and second... just wait until you see these pictures.
Traveling abroad and participating in humanitarian programs is the dream! Experience a foreign country and make new friends while also making a difference?
The Dominican Republic is home to some of the cutest kids around and you get to teach them! During your semester in the DR with International Language Programs (ILP) you will grow to love the kids you serve and you will find that they are each unique and hilarious.
Oh my, the kiddos you will be teaching can be C-U-T-E. But even if they are the most adorable kiddos in the classroom, they can still be sort of difficult. No matter where you’ll be teaching, knowing how to love the troublemakers will make your semester a whole lot better.
Topics: In the Classroom
International Language Programs (ILP) sends volunteers abroad to 10 different countries. In 9 out of those 10 countries you will be teaching English to the greatest, craziest, cutest and funniest kids in the world.