While you volunteer your time and service in a country that is largely underprivileged, you're bound to have some experiences you'll never forget.
Seen the landscape above and wondered where you need to go to see that beautiful view? The answer is Xingping, China!
Every semester, we hear tons and tons of stories about living life in a different country .... and about that (sometimes) tricky language barrier.
Read all about one incredible experience that shows the difference ILP volunteers really can make in the life of a child.
Topics: Orphanage + Humanitarian
Heading to Mexico for your semester abroad? You'll get plenty of vacation time and if you choose to head down to Cancun, you might want to check out this fun little park.
Topics: Central America
While here, don't miss out on seeing one of the coolest hidden gems the city has to offer, Los Tres Ojos National Park.
Taking a gap year and heading to Asia with International Language Programs? Here is a roundup of ILP volunteer's personal blogs so you can find out what it is really like to live in Asia, through their eyes.
Wondering what it is really like to live in Europe for a semester abroad? Check out what our volunteers have said from their personal blogs!
If you are wondering what it is really like to live in Latin America or the Caribbean for a semester abroad then you have come to the right place. Here's a roundup of ILP volunteers personal blogs so you can see what their experience was like from their point of view.
When living abroad, you'll probably notice that some of your favorite holidays aren't really celebrated in other countries. That doesn't mean you can't celebrate them anyways! Here are some holidays that our past ILP groups have had a blast celebrating.
Topics: All About ILP + Volunteering
*Because of the worldwide pandemic, travel options are limited and frequently changing. You'll need to do additional research as resources + activities shared in this post may or may not be available at the time of your trip.
ILP volunteers — work closely with your Program Manager who can help you understand current country entrance requirements which will determine what countries you can visit during your semester.