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Opportunities for Youth
Parliamentary Guide Program
Be an ambassador for your country by joining the Parliamentary Guide Program! This is your chance to make a difference by helping Canadians and international visitors better understand Canada's political system and its history. It's also your opportunity to meet bilingual university students from all across the country, forge lifelong friendships and share memorable working and social experiences.
To apply and to find out more about the Parliamentary Guide Program and its admission requirements, visit http://www.parl.gc.ca/Employment/Library/GuideProgram/index.asp?Language=E.
Student Guide Program
The Student Guide Program in France is the opportunity of a lifetime to travel, meet long-lasting friends, and teach people from around the world about Canadian history in both official languages. The program is managed by Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC).
Join other students from across Canada to live and work in France for a four-month period as interpretive guides at The Canadian National Vimy Memorial and Beaumont-Hamel Newfoundland Memorial.
For more information on the program and how to apply please visit http://veterans.gc.ca/eng/studentguide.
House of Commons Page Program
House of Commons Pages are selected from high schools and CEGEPS across Canada every year. These students work in the House of Commons while beginning their studies at a university in the National Capital Region and make friendships and memories that will last a lifetime.
Pages play a key role in the communications network on Parliament Hill. Delivering important messages and documents to Members, linking Members to their Hill offices and servicing House officials in various capacities, House of Commons Pages are always on the go. Professional, non-partisan, prompt and efficient service has become a hallmark of the House of Commons Page Program.
For more information on the HOC Page Program and how to apply please visit