Choose a promising career. Teach in French in Nova-Scotia is an initiative of Canadian Parents for French Nova-Scotia, sponsored by the government of Canada. If you study arts or sciences and are uncertain of your professional future, consider a career teaching in French. Once you have completed your university studies, register for a program in education and become a teacher in maths, science, arts, etc., in French!
Here is a list that can help you in your journey towards a teaching career. Take the time to explore each link because they offer different resources as interesting as the next. Good luck in your journey!
Teacher 5 étoiles is a project launched by the Association Canadienne des Professionnels de l’Immersion. The campaign focuses on high school students, university students and teachers. You can find several resources on their website, such as employment postings in your province or territory, an interactive map of study programs, expert advice and much more.
SayOui is an initiative by Canadian Parents for French (Ontario) supported by the Ontario Board of Education. On their website, you will find information on why and how to become a teacher in French as a second language. You can also find a career quiz, resources to improve your French, a list of universities to obtain an undergraduate degree, and much more.
Be a French Teacher. C’est ta route! is an initiative of the Institut de l’Innovation en Enseignement de Langues Secondes, in partnership with Canadian Parents For French Alberta and Alliance Française. On their website, you will find the roadmap to teach French immersion, French as a second language and French as a first language. You will also find a list of universities that offer the education program, scholarships, information on student exchanges, opportunities of French immersion and much more.
For more information on the Université de Moncton’s application process, please visit: https://www.umoncton.ca/admissions
L’Université de Moncton, a French-language university, has three university campuses located in the three main francophone regions of New Brunswick: Moncton, Shippagan and Edmundston. It offers a variety of university programs as well as French as a second language immersion programs.
If you have any questions, please contact Amélie Montour of Université Sainte-Anne by email email@example.com or by phone at 506-863-2210.
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L’Université Sainte-Anne is the only French-language post-secondary institution in Nova-Scotia. They offer both university and college programs, as well as French-immersion and tailor-made, French as a second language training.
If you have any questions, please communicate with l’Université Sainte-Anne by filling in the contact form found here.
The Commissioner of Official Languages of Canada is an agent of Parliament whose mandate is to promote Canadian linguistic duality and oversee the full implementation of the Official Languages Act.
To learn more about learning Canada’s official languages and to get tools and resources, please visit the following page: https://www.clo-ocol.gc.ca/en/resources/teachers-parents-youth
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Possibility for student placement at Canada Border Services Agency.
General information about recruitment à the CBSA
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) facilitates the flow of legitimate travelers and trade. The Agency also enforces more than 90 acts and regulations that keep our country and Canadians safe.
For more information on CBSA programs and initiatives, please visit the following page: https://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/media/video-eng.html
YMCA’s Échanges Jeunesse Canada and Emplois d’été Échanges étudiants, two national French immersion programs for linguistic and cultural exchanges, offer learning opportunities that change over 2650 youth’s lives in Canada every year.
For more information on YMCA’s Emplois d’été Échanges d’étudiants program, click here.
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The Consortium national de formation en santé (CNFS) is a group of post-secondary institutions offering programs in French in various health disciplines. The Université de Moncton is one of the sixteen partners that make up the CNFS.
To learn more about the programs offered by the Consortium national de formation en santé, please visit https://www.cnfs.ca/.
The Post-secondary Scholarship Program for studies in French as a Second Language, administered by the Association des collèges et universités de la francophonie canadienne (ACUFC) and finanaced by the government of Canada, offers bursaries for anglophone students who are starting a college or university program in French to encourage them to improve their bilingualism, while studying in a field that interest them. Those one-time $3000 bursaries are available in many colleges and universities throughout Canada.
For more information, please consult the Postsecondary Studies in French as a Second Language Program at: https://acufc.ca/fslbursaries/
FéCANE works to develop and promote Acadian and francophone arts and culture in Nova Scotia. Projects for youth include ArtsSmarts, Jamais trop tôt and La Relève.