Curious about what a semester abroad in Africa would be like? Bryn's here to spill the beans and answer your questions!
This underrated city in Romania is home to thousands and thousands of painted ceilings, stained glass windows, and towering steeples, all surrounded by sprawling gardens. What more could you want from a European city?
Just because you’re not interested in teaching English doesn’t mean you can’t volunteer with ILP. We actually have a program where you won’t be teaching at all.
If you haven't heard, ILP has an exchange program and a humanitarian program which is very exciting — but can make it tough when you are trying to choose which program is the best fit. Check out this comparison and see which works best for you.
“Having even a small part to play in building a spring for this Ugandan village really made me think about what I take for granted.”
With a charming German influence, towering cathedrals, and city streets fit for a postcard, you can see why Sibiu is a favorite little getaway for our volunteers in Romania!
Iasi, Romania is home for ILP volunteers who spend a semester serving at the Romania orphanage and they love visiting The Palace of Culture frequently. With tons going on around it, it will become one of your favorite places!
We interviewed the ILP volunteers in Romania to help you know if this volunteer opportunity in Europe is right for you (and to give you ideas for making it work).
The humanitarian program in Romania is unique because you will be working in an orphanage with children who may have physical or mental disabilities — it's extremely rewarding, but don't take our word for it.