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Students in grades 8 to 12 who are interested in exploring another francophone region of Canada while learning or practicing their French-language skills are welcome to apply for Destination Clic or Explore.
Participants in these programs receive a bursary and are able to practice their French-language skills through a variety of workshops, classes and cultural activities.
Destination Clic is a summer bursary program for francophone students in Grades 8 and 9 who attend a French school and live outside of Quebec. This program allows students to practice their French-language skills by taking part in activities that align with their interests and by meeting other francophone students who are their age.
Participants in Destination Clic are awarded a $2,000 bursary.
For more information, please visit the Destination Clic website.
Explore is a five-week intensive French immersion bursary program that is offered to people with any skill level in French. Participants relocate to another region of Canada and take part in workshops, cultural activities, classroom instruction and field trips that help them improve their language skills.
The Explore program provides $2,800 (taxable income) that covers the major expenses for participating in the program.
For more information, please visit the Explore website.
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