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Students Exchange Programs

The following is a list of Student Exchange Programs that we recommend.

 

Young Canada Works is a government of Canada initiative providing students with renumerated summer jobs in other canadian provinces. Most jobs pay over minimum wage! The program also pays for your travel expenses, 1 round-trip, to and from your destination. Finally, it is also possible to get an allowance for lodging. This is definitely worth checking out!

Please note that not much information is provided on the website. You'll have to search a little.

http://canada.pch.gc.ca/eng/1466191409480

AFS provides intercultural learning experiences that bring global cultures together by helping people connect, transforming the lives of thousands of students, families, and individuals every year. With exchange programs in more than 50 countries and a large network of volunteers, educators, and staff, AFS is committed to helping participants understand their immersion experiences in a foreign culture.

http://www.afs.org/afs-and-exchange-programs/

 

Phone: 1-800-361-7248

Explore is a five-week intensive language-immersion course. Participants in Explore receive a $2,200 bursary that covers: tuition fees for the courses, instructional materials, meals and accommodations, workshops, and other activities.

http://www.jexplore.ca/

 

Phone: 1-877-866-4242

At YES Canada we provide study abroad programs to over 20 exciting countries across the world!

We give students the opportunity to fully immerse themselves in a brand new culture, language and environment while living with a host family and attending a host high school in their country of choice.

http://www.youthedservices.ca/

 

Phone: 1-416-623-6220 ext. 403

SEVEC is a not for profit organization that facilitates educational exchanges within Canada through our Youth Exchanges Canada program. We build bridges between young Canadians and provide them with the opportunity to learn about their country by seeing and experiencing its history, geography, and cultural diversity. The travel costs for each participant are covered by SEVEC through the support of the Department of Canadian Heritage.

http://www.sevec.ca/

 

Phone: 1-800-38-SEVEC (73832)

The YMCA Summer Work Student Exchange is a unique national exchange program that brings together youth from various communities across the country. Participating youth, aged 16 and 17, have the opportunity to improve their second official language skills, and gain important employment experience through a work placement while on their exchange.

www.summer-work.com

 

Phone: 1-877-639-9987

Projects Abroad has a program for Teens 16 to 19 years old who are interested in helping developing communities abroad can join other students from around the globe on Projects Abroad’s High School Special programs. Lasting two to four weeks, these teen volunteer abroad programs are designed for young adults to make the most of a short time abroad while contributing to community service credit requirements or college applications.

Check it out: http://www.projects-abroad.org/volunteer-projects/high-school-specials/

Through its student exchange programs, Education internationale aims to develop the linguistic and "international" competencies of Quebec students and reinforce the international activities of Quebec-based schools. Education internationale proposes reciprocal 4 and 6-month  exchange programs. Participating schools have the responsibility of selecting students. Approximately 200 students take part in these programs each year.  

 

www.education-internationale.com/

 

Phone: 1-877-651-4667

Encounters with Canada is our country’s largest and foremost youth forum! Every week of the school year, 120 to 148 teens from across Canada (ages 14 to 17) come to Ottawa. Here they discover their country through each other, learn about Canadian institutions, meet famous and accomplished Canadians, explore exciting career options, develop their civic leadership skills and live an extraordinary bilingual experience. Over 95,000 youth have lived the EWC experience, to date!

https://www.ewc-rdc.ca/

 

Phone: 1-800-361-0419

Canada World Youth offers world-renowned international volunteer programs to youth from Canada and abroad who, through their participation in community-driven development projects, acquire the leadership skills that allow them to become agents of change.

http://canadaworldyouth.org/

 

Phone: 1-800-605-3526

There are many travel destinations to choose from with Séjours linguistiques VTE, yet another option for you to consider.

www.immersion-vte.com

Phone: 1-877-278-3867

VIT CANADA stands for Vacances Immersion Travail Canada. Students have the opportunity to travel to a western province and work full-time in a McDonald’s Restaurant for 8 weeks during the summer. Workers will stay in employee housing and have the opportunity to participate in many outings in their off-time. Destinations include: Canmore, Drumheller, Banff in Alberta; or Golden or Revelstoke in British Columbia. What a great way to improve your English, vacation and earn cash all at the same time!

 

Website: www.vitcanada.ca

 

NSLC stands for National School Language Camps. NSL Camps, established in 1998, is Canada’s leading ENGLISH language school specializing in programs for youth from 8 to 19 years of age. With over 25 different nationalities attending each summer, students improve their ENGLISH SKILLS while making lots of international friends.

With NSLCamps, parents can register to take a course at the same time as their kids and stay in residence on an Ottawa campus!
 

Website: http://www.nationalschool.ca/en/home.html

Phone: 1-855-232-8908

 

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