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.
Organized by volunteers across Canada, 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.
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French for the Future empowers and connects youth ages 12-18 across Canada through inspiring events and transformative experiences that fuel self-confidence, leadership and a passion for French and Francophone cultures. French for the Future envisions a Canada where young people appreciate their francophonie and Francophone cultures, express themselves confidently in French, cultivate a sense of belonging, and contribute to the rapprochement and development of diverse linguistic communities.
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