Get Involved – Official Languages Programs


    Get Involved
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    Are you passionate about bilingualism and the benefits it offers? Be a part of our team!
    There are several employment opportunities across Canada:

    Promotion agent

    Help us promote the Official Languages Programs at schools, colleges, universities, and career fairs. Paid training is provided. Interviews are conducted by provincial/territorial coordinators between the months of March and July. Check it out.


    Explore/Destination Clic monitor (cultural assistant)

    Help students practise communicating in English or French during their session at a participating institution. Get in touch with the institution that interests you. Click on Explore or Destination Clic for each program’s list of participating institutions and relevant contact information.


    Odyssey language assistant

    Encourage students to practise their French- or English-speaking skills in a classroom setting, while also giving them the opportunity to learn more about your unique cultural experience. For Odyssey employment opportunities, please contact your provincial or territorial coordinator.


    Are you looking for opportunities to practise and improve your ESL or FSL skills? Check out Languages at Work, a unique summer employment program for students who have completed the Explore program.

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    This program is for if you are:

    • are 18 to 30 years old (some institutions also accept applicants who are 16 or 17 years old);
    • have completed the Explore language-learning program; and
    • are ready to continue learning their second official language in a professional setting through a rewarding summer work experience.

    To learn more, visit the Languages at Work website.
    Note: Languages at Work is managed by the Fédération de la jeunesse canadienne-française and is available only in certain Explore institutions.