C'est quoi?

What is it?

It is a volunteer project carried out by a multicultural group (10 to 15 young people) in a community.
 
The projects last 2 to 3 weeks and are supervised by camp leaders. Participants must volunteer 30 hours per week (for those between 18 and 30 years old) or 25 hours per week (youth between the ages of 15 and 17 and families).

Pour qui?

For whom?

Our volunteer projects are available for youth between the ages of 15 and 17, young adults from 18 to 30 years old and families (adults from 18 to 30 years old with children aged 3 to 12).
 
You must be a citizen, permanent resident or person who has been granted refugee or protected person status in Canada.

Quel prix?

What are the costs?

It’s free! All projects in Canada are carried out under the Canada Service Corps initiative, so all expenses related to transportation, accommodation and food are covered.

Support a cause that is important to you

Environment

Society

Heritage

Culture

Get involved

Doing a volunteer project abroad is a great way to get involved in a community.

Discover

Take part in enriching activities with the local population.

Share

Share your daily life with people from over the world.

Steps for particpating in a volunteer project in Canada

  • Online registration
  • Member area acess
  • Online training before starting the volunteer project
  • Time of the volunteer project (2 to 3 weeks)
  • Invitation to the Volunteers Meet-up (celebration)
  • Stay involved through our other programs!

Watch our animated video to understand in 2min the journey that awaits you by becoming a volunteer at CJ!
The images in this video were shot before the COVID19 pandemic.

Register to our current projects!

Contribute to agricultural development in the Nord-du-Québec region, in the heart of Quebec’s boreal forest

Time: 2 weeks
Location: Chibougamau, Quebec
(no places available)
/!\ Spoken language on site: French

Are you looking for a change of scenery and adventure? Come discover the Eeyou Istchee Baie-James region by joining the FaunENord team for an unforgettable experience!  FaunENord needs your help to harvesting and transforming non-timber forest products (NTFPs), all while contributing to the agricultural development of this northern region.

Participate in maintaining local historical landmarks of Kinnear’s Mills and contibute to the promotion of Quebec’s history

Time: 2 weeks
Location: Kinnear’s Mills, Quebec
(6 places available)

/!\ Spoken language on site: French

The Kinnear’s Mills community needs your help to bring a youthful glow back to the buildings of the Kinnnear’s Mills heritage site, the pride of the village.

Contribute to maintaining a healthy ecosystem and a clean environment for the local population

Time: 2 weeks
Location: Ho
rnby Island, British Columbia
(6 places available)

/!\ Spoken language on site: English

The Tribune Bay Outdoor Education Centre’s team is in need of a helping hand to renovate and restore a sewage wetland treatment area. This project will allow them to maintain a cleaner environment for staff, guests and the public visiting the provincial park.

Help improve Camp Le Manoir’s facilities and play an active part in the children’s camp

Time: 2 weeks
Location: Charlevoix, Quebec
(6 places available)

/!\ Spoken language on site: English

This project gives volunteers a chance to work with their hands by showing them how to do general maintenance work on the grounds and buildings of Camp Le Manoir. Since it is a summer camp as well as a day camp, it tends to be quite busy during summertime. So, it is more than essential to do some maintenance work to ensure the safety of visitors at the end of the season.

Chantiers jeunesse supports volunteers at every stage of the process, from the selection to the training of volunteers and by closely monitoring the social and professional development of the volunteer throughout its volunteer project. Contact us if you have any questions!