As a future, current or even past ILP volunteer, you may be wondering if your time teaching English abroad really had an impact on your kids. You may have questions like, "Is it really that important for them to learn English?" swirling around in your head.
For those of you just now joining us or even those that have been around for a minute, you may be wondering how this awesome program we call ILP got started. To tell you this, we have to go all the way back to the beginning!
You're hiking The Great Wall of China when you pull out your phone to take the perfect selfie-- unfortunately, it slips out of your hands and falls to the pavement breaking the screen and camera ... now what? Here's what to do if your phone breaks, is lost, or stolen while you're traveling abroad.
Serving in The Dominican Republic brings unique ways to serve. This is how one ILP group changed the lives of those in the community they lived and volunteered in!
Volunteering with International Language Programs (ILP) brings a lot of new experiences. Here's are some quotes from past ILP volunteers to help you see what you may experience during your semester abroad! Get ready to be jealous...
In memory of President Thomas S. Monson, we have gathered 15 of his best quotes to remember and love him by!
We all love a good heart-felt story, right? For anyone who has served abroad with ILP and fell in love with your kids, you're really gonna love this story! The beginning of this story takes place over 20 years ago and involves Steve, one of our ILP directors, so you know it's gotta be good!
You can make a huge impact on the kids you are teaching English to or working with in the Orphanage Program! Here's how one ILP volunteer served her students outside of the classroom.
In Haiti, there are many opportunities to serve. A group of our ILP Haiti volunteers soon learned that lesson right when they got in-country and took it upon themselves to do something about it. Here's their story!