National Ambassador Youth Forum

 

Each year, French for the Future selects a few teenagers in grades 10 to 11 enrolled in French programs across Canada (Core French, Extended French, French Immersion, or Francophone schools) to become ambassadors for bilingualism in their school throughout the year following the FNJA.
 
Their journey begins with 6 days of sharing, training, and cultural activities to prepare them for their new role. This year, they will be 33 teens to meet in Regina, Saskatchewan.
 
Travel and accommodation will be provided to all participants!
 
Registrations are open from April 4 to May 9 at french-future.org/programs/fnja/.

 

 

 

Students

Once you have made the decision that you want French for your Life, there is nothing that can stop you. Students in Manitoba are fortunate to have access to many cultural, educational and social activities, en français.

Whether you are a French Immersion student, taking French classes or new to the language, this website endeavors to provide you with useful links and information that will help you along your path to becoming functionally bilingual in both of Canada's official languages.

Here is a sample of some of the ways students can participate in French or bilingual opportunities in Manitoba, in Canada and abroad.

Playing French games is a valuable tool that will help you learn vocabulary and other important communication skills, all while having fun!

"Language is a bag filled with culture. Without culture, the bag is empty". John Ralston Saul

Explore second-language learning opportunities offered by Canadian universities. Whether you chose to participate in French classes or pursue a bilingual degree, make French a part of your postsecondary education.

Educational exchanges are a great way to bridge the gap between classroom learning with real world communication and culture. Have an adventure!

Gain meaningful employment experience while developing French language skills in authentic situations. Get paid to learn!

View a selection of informative video-clips specifically for French-second-language students.

These online resources will help you polish off your next assignment.