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Youth volunteer opportunities

Get involved

Participate in CSC volunteer service opportunities!

Participate in a service placement to gain experience and build your skills, while giving back to your community with other young Canadians.

Apply for a micro-grant to lead your own service project and become an agent of change in your community.

What to expect

Who can serve?

CSC volunteer service opportunities are open to Canadian citizens, permanent residents, and youth with a granted refugee status aged between 15 and 30 years old.

How you can serve?

CSC offers flexible and full-time service placement opportunities and micro-grants ranging from $250 to $5,000 for youth to complete a volunteer service project that they have designed from the ground up!

What is the time commitment?

CSC offers flexible and full-time service placements. Flexible service placements last a minimum of one hundred and twenty (120) hours within a 12-month period, while full-time service placements last 30 hours per week, for a minimum of 3 consecutive months within a 12-month period.

How to apply

Interested in service placements? Simply visit the service placements page, choose the opportunity that interests you and click on “apply now”! For micro-grants, visit the micro-grants page!

Benefits of serving

How serving with Canada Service Corps can make an impact on your life.

  • Professional development

    Gain experience and transferable skills while expanding your personal and professional networks.

  • Unique experience

    Participate in a unique and valuable life experience by volunteering for a cause close to your heart!

  • Friendship

    Meet new people and build strong friendships while improving the well-being of your community.

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About the Canada Service Corps

The Canada Service Corps (CSC) promotes civic engagement among young people from 15 to 30 years old through access to meaningful volunteer service placements that help them gain essential life skills and experience.

Learn more about Canada Service Corps

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