Canada World Youth
Canada World Youth (CWY, in French: Jeunesse Canada Monde, JCM) is an international non-profit organization dedicated to providing youth with a voluntary opportunity to learn about other communities, cultures and people while developing leadership and communications skills.
Founded in 1971 by Jacques Hébert (1923–2007) a former Canadian senator and lifelong promoter of youth and international development programs, Canada World Youth has sent over 38,000 youth volunteers in 69 countries worldwide to participate in its programs.
- China-Canada Young Leaders Program
- Gateway to Eastern Europe
Indigenous Youth Leadership Program
- Pathways to Indigenous Youth Leadership (International Aboriginal Youth Internships)
- Youth Leaders in Action
- Québec sans frontières
- CWY Student Network
Partner countries since 1971
Antilles and America
Central and East Europe
- "Canada World Youth - History". Canada World Youth. Archived from the original on September 25, 2005. Retrieved September 30, 2005.