There’s a lot of planning that goes into travelling and working abroad. That’s why many participants choose to use a recognized organization (not-for-profit organization or private business) that offers services to facilitate their international travel and work plans.
The following recognized organizations provide:
Please note that not all organizations’ websites are in both English and French. Fees vary.
Student-run organization that provides opportunities to live and work abroad; areas include management, information technology, education and development
Students and Recent Graduates
ChantiersJeunesse available in french only
Organization focused on various volunteer projects
Individuals and/or groups, ages 18-35
Canadian Host Family Association, CHFA, in collaboration with Communicating for Agriculture Education Programs (CAEP)
Work abroad opportunities in agriculture, horticulture and home management
International placements in the fields of agriculture, horticulture, equine activities and oenology
Program geared toward development and assistance to developing nations in areas such as education, health, agriculture, peace and justice, relief work and job creation
SWAP Working Holidays
International working holiday with a welcome orientation at your destination.
Students and young adults
Working holiday program with pre- and post-arrival job search assistance in primarily the tourism and hospitality industries
International internship program with career-related placements.
Wildlife and conservation volunteer projects.
Interested in becoming an IEC Recognized Organisation? Soon we will post right here on this page the necessary criteria and how to apply. Stay tuned.