Skye Noh and Lauren Moody attended the Canada 150&Me Youth Forum in Vancouver and were selected to attend the National Forum in Ottawa based in large part to their passion and commitment to sustainability. Back at home, they have helped to establish Mission Roots Café in their high school. Here is Skye’s story about the mission and vision for the café.
Experiences Canada is pleased to partner with Wisdom2Action to bring 8 alumni youth to their upcoming national conference on Youth Engagement to be held in Toronto May 15-16. Youth engagement is about empowering all young people as valuable partners in addressing and making decisions about issues that affect them personally and/or that they believe to …
What if I have other questions?
Experiences Canada staff are available Monday through Friday from 8:30am-4:30pm (Eastern Standard Time) to answer any and all of your questions.
Are there opportunities for individual exchanges and travel experiences?
Our regular program is a group exchange. Occasionally, Experiences Canada organizes youth forums that are open for individual youth to apply. If you would like to be put on our youth mailing list to be notified of future opportunities please register here.
What alumni opportunities are available?
We are very keen to stay in touch with our past participants! If you haven’t already done so, sign up for our Experiences Canada alumni Instagram page, or our Canada 150&Me Facebook page. Each year we also invite alumni to apply for one of 12 positions on our national youth advisory committee, and we are always looking for alumni to help support the program by volunteering to visit with schools and groups in your community who may be travelling on exchange for the first time, or assisting us at local teachers conferences and presentations. From time to time, we also offer opportunities for alumni to represent Experiences Canada at other national youth conferences and events.