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They Found WHAT In The Permafrost In Russia?!

Posted by Cherish Germaine on 1/25/16 9:23 AM

Wow! We know Russia can be cold, but we didn't realize that due to the permafrost in Siberia something so ancient could be preserved. That's right, two extinct cave lion cub remains where found just a couple months ago in Russia. What's the big deal? Well let me tell you...

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Topics: Russia, News

Every Commuter's Worst Nightmare!

Posted by Lindsay Hall on 11/14/15 9:00 AM

Lets face it, everyone hates traffic jams. There is nothing worse than being 30 minutes late to work because of traffic...except for maybe when you get stuck in a close to 12 hour long traffic jam like the people of Beijing did!

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Topics: China, Life Abroad, News

The ILP Office Has Moved!

Posted by Jen King on 10/14/15 10:17 AM

Have you heard? We've moved! 

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Topics: ILP Basics, News

LDS Temple Announced in Bangkok, Thailand!

Posted by Tricia Littlefield on 6/13/15 10:00 AM

That is right, future ILP Thailand volunteers, the LDS church announced that they will be building a temple in Bangkok, Thailand.

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Topics: Thailand, Life Abroad, News, LDS

ILP's Top 10 Posts Of 2014

Posted by Jen King on 4/22/15 10:24 AM

2014 was a big year for International Language Programs with many changes and great additions.

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Topics: News

Is It Safe To Volunteer In Ukraine?

Posted by Jen King on 3/25/15 9:30 AM

Unless you're actively avoiding media of all kinds you've probably heard of the conflict between Ukraine and Russia. Even if you're not totally sure why it's happening, you know it doesn't sound good. You also know that ILP sends volunteers to teach English in both Ukraine and Russia. So, if you put two and two together the next question is...is it even safe? 

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Topics: Ukraine, News

ILP Volunteers In Lithuania Will Now Be Paying In Euros!

Posted by Jen King on 3/13/15 1:09 PM

Starting January 1, 2015 Lithuania made a significant decision to switch from their currency of Litas to join the Eurozone and start using the Euro. Big news, but what's that mean for Lithuania's future?

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Topics: Lithuania, News

Announcing A New School In The Dominican Republic!

Posted by Jen King on 1/22/15 11:30 AM

ILP is excited to offer a new service opportunity in the most traveled to desination (by far) in the Caribbean, the Dominican Republic.

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Topics: News, Dominican Republic

Four Reasons To Love the Dominican Republic

Posted by Jen King on 1/20/15 10:40 AM

 
 
ILP is very excited to make an announcement on Thursday regarding a new country location for volunteers as well as a new service opportunity there. Trust us, we're as excited to tell you as you are to hear about it! We've been asked multiple times for hints...so here's a few for you.

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Topics: Benefits of Volunteering, News, Making a Difference

How The Ruble Effects Volunteers In Russia

Posted by Jen King on 1/13/15 11:23 AM

Hey, have you heard? The value of Russia's currency, the ruble, has been dropping. And dropping some more. What does that mean for you?

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Topics: Russia, News

Exploring The World For Over 25 Years

Over the years of assisting more than 6,000 volunteers in their desire to travel and make a difference in the lives of others, ILP has seen what works and what doesn't.

We've gathered our tips here for making your semester abroad a successful one.

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