You will be seeing a lot of your ILP group when you volunteer with International Language Programs (ILP). Whether you are teaching in China, volunteering with one of ILP's humanitarian programs, vacationing in Russia or in any of ILP's other countries, you'll meet some cool people in your group.
Topics: Life Abroad
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.
We LOVE Haiti! While volunteering here your biggest focus will be on humanitarian service...but you're in the Caribbean after all so here's some fun things to add to your 'to do' list.
Before your semester abroad with International Language Programs (ILP) it is 100% normal to be nervous! This may be your first time living away from home, or your first time abroad. You may have experience teaching or you may not. There are tons of different scenarios. Luckily, there are a lot of things you are worried about that you don't need to be!
The Swiss Alps on their own are phenomenal! With amazing views, incredible skiing, hiking and more this is a great stop if you love being outdoors. Let's take it a step further now and make it even cooler and more fun... You can zipline in them (and we highly recommend it!)
You're climbing the Great Wall of China or visiting the Louvre in Paris when you feel a massive headache coming on. Luckily for you someone in your ILP group packed some Tylenol and has it in their bag (hopefully).
International Language Programs (ILP) gives you the opportunity to volunteer abroad all over the world. One of the unique things about volunteering with ILP is that you get an entire semester abroad - so that means about 4-5 months of totally taking the leap, leaving home, and finding a new one.
Topics: Life Abroad
Power adapters and coverters can be a confusing topic. It's hard to know what you will need, especially if you've never lived abroad before.
You’re about to spend an entire semester as a volunteer abroad in Russia but you don’t know a single person in your ILP group … that’s A-OK! (And a big part of your adventure). But don’t worry, here's how to break the ice.