Hosted in over 15 cities across Canada, French for the Future’s Local Forums bring together high school students for the opportunity to experience the cultural and professional value of continuing a bilingual education.

Franconnexion Sessions help students connect the French learned in the classroom with the real-life benefits of being bilingual. These events give students the opportunity to participate in workshops and cultural activities centered on the benefits of speaking French, in a fun atmosphere.

Open to students in grades 10 to 12 across Canada, the Contest will award a total of $377,000 in scholarships, giving its winners the chance to pursue their postsecondary studies partially or completely in French.

The National Ambassador Youth Forum brings together bilingual high school students from across Canada for a week of intense learning with the ultimate goal of creating ambassadors for bilingualism. They discuss the challenges and advantages of speaking both of Canada’s official languages.

Bilingual Young Leaders is a youth committee founded by French for the Future. It gathers 7 young committed bilingual Canadians, who want to develop projects and help promote bilingualism.

Organized by volunteers across the country, x-Forums are local initiatives that benefit from the support of French for the Future. Unique in their programs, their common denominator is the goal of bringing together students from grades 7 to 12 through dynamic activities promoting bilingualism, and linguistic duality.

United Bilingual Correspondents is an electronic correspondence program for young learners of French across Canada. Every year in September, youth are invited to sign up so that they can then be put in touch with a "twin" with whom they can communicate throughout the school year to practice their French.

Our blog is a collection of articles of all kinds written by and for youth. Cinema, music, literature, cooking, history, travel, etc; we have articles on all these topics and a variety of others. Writing an article and getting it posted on our blog is a great way to not only practice one's French, but also to acquire text writing experience.


French for the Future is a non-profit organization that supports and motivates high school students toward bilingualism. French for the Future promotes Canada’s official bilingualism and the immediate and lifelong benefits of learning and communicating in French to students in grades 7 to12 across Canada. French for the Future envisions a Canada in which all young people value our French heritage, appreciate Francophone cultures and endeavour to excel in the French language.



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