Now that you know more, are you ready to get involved? Find out more about:
Find out more on our Internship and Volunteer Opportunities page.
Internships, in Canada or abroad, offer you hands-on experience in working with organizations involved in international development. Start by finding an organization that focuses on an aspect of international development that interests you.
Explore their website to see what internship opportunities are available. Each organization will have its own requirements (including age), as well as its own process for selecting successful applicants. Lengths of internships terms will vary.
You can volunteer your time to many organizations, both in Canada or in a developing country, that help make a difference in international development. Again, start by finding an organization that focuses on an aspect of international development that interests you. Explore their website to learn more and then contact them to find out how you can get involved.
Starting a Group
You can also start your own group. Decide what the goal of your group will be. Recruit like-minded people to join your group and work towards your goal. To be inspired by what other youth have done, visit our Sharing Knowledge page.
Study international development or subjects that make a difference in international development efforts — find out more about university and college-level programs.
If international development has become a passion for you, and you would like to do more than volunteer or participate in an internship, perhaps a career in international development is for you!
Find out how young people from across the country are personally engaged in international development and sharing their knowledge to make the world a better place.
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