Come live in Europe while volunteering in this unique orphanage program.
Have SIM card questions? Welcome to the very helpful post of answers (it's a must-have if you're going with a local data plan on your ILP semester!)
If you've done your research and compared study abroad and volunteering programs, you probably already know that there are a lot of reasons to choose ILP, but one of the biggest benefits we offer is that you only have to pay for the first semester. Seriously.
It's a question we get all of the time, with a couple of different answers (and a bit of advice from past volunteers).
This is your one-stop shop for fundraising (seriously). Get the details on how to fundraise, where to start, and tons of ideas to get you inspired.
Wondering what an ILP semester is actually like? Follow along to see what current volunteers are doing, get your questions answered, and see behind the scenes of a semester.
"I ended up getting my whole program fee paid for" and "I earned $1,200 from fundraising letters" are just a few examples of what you could earn by sending out a letter.
Have your eye on a specific country you want to volunteer in? Following these tips will help you get your application quick ( which is really the key to snagging a spot in one of your top preferences!)
Learn more about each country, talk to someone about which location would be the best fit for you, get the details on the application process, and be the first to know when we open a new semester (or a new country). All the info you're looking for is right here!
Topics: All About ILP + Volunteering
If you are an MCC student who is wondering how to make an ILP semester work out, this is for you — everything you are wondering about is right here!
*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.