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What can you do? Mobilize grassroots movements. Learn how to be an effective advocate and activist. Use your passion to help others. Share your stories and speak up to amplify the voices of others. 

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Changing the world isn’t easy, but if you’re going to try, you’ll need leaders. Why not you?

The Youth Advocate and Youth Ambassador community provides hands-on training for young activists, whether you’ve got some experience or are just getting started.

There’s plenty on offer: learn transferrable skills from experts in leadership, community development, marketing, international development, and social change, and so much more!

Contact World Vision Canada staff for details and see how you can get involved in shaping the future.

Tell Me More

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Can you sing, dance, paint, rap, take photos or videos? Are you a passionate speaker? Do you like hosting events and organizing people? Do it with new-found purpose when you volunteer to help vulnerable children around the world.


World Vision works in partnership with over 100 countries, assisting more than 100 million people who struggle against poverty, hunger and injustice every day. Let us help find you an opportunity that leverages your unique talent to make a difference in that struggle. Sign up today!

Get Involved

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When you get together with others, you’re stronger. Across Canada World Vision groups are in schools, university and college campuses, and local communities.

Some are small gatherings of a few like-hearted friends; others rally hundreds of people in the community.
All of them take action to address injustice around the world.
 
Get more information about groups and resources in your area. Start your own group if you don’t see one. Take advantage of direct support from World Vision staff and more.

Groups
  • University of Alberta
  • University of British Columbia
  • University of Calgary
  • Dalhousie University
  • McGill University
  • McMaster University
  • University of Ottawa
  • Queen's university
  • University of Toronto
  • University of Waterloo
  • Western University
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