Canada has long been a popular destination for many international students and young adventure seekers from around the world. Each year thousands of people take advantage of the IEC (Working Holiday Program), SAWP (Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program), Temporary Foreign Worker Visa and Study Permits. Working in Canada offers international work experience and amazing travel opportunities. It allows individuals to grow their professional network, expand their skills and make new friends.
We have a few different programs for you to choose from depending on the type of job you are looking for, your experience, the length of time you want to work in Canada, your personal interests and eligibility.
When looking to go on the program, you can select between two different program options: Work & Study or Farming
Take advantage of the Canadian Study Permit to expand your education and gain valuable work experience. With our partner, Tamwood Careers, you will study in your desired field, gain work experience in Canada, make strategic connections in your industry, and develop skills to enhance your resume and launch your career.
You will be taught by instructors and guest speakers with real-world knowledge. Through Tamwood, you can also apply for admission with advanced standing to one of their academic pathway partners. Upon completion of your program at the pathway partner college/university, you will be eligible for a Post-Graduate Work Permit.
You can also earn money while you study to help with living expenses. No matter which program you’re in, your Canadian study permit will allow you to work part-time (up to 20 hours per week) while studying and full-time in your Co-Op work term. Tamwood Careers offers workshops, hiring fairs, and tools to assist you in finding a job.
Farming is a thriving industry throughout Canada. Farm work and fruit picking has also become a trend among young adult travelers.
It’s a great opportunity to earn a lot of money in a short amount time, meet other international like-minded people, make new friends and travel.
Our Farm Employers offer full-time seasonal jobs (April – November). The types of jobs include general farm worker, farm technician, greenhouse worker, equipment manager, rancher, production, and many more.
If you elect the Work & Study Program Option, you can also chose from a variety of diploma and certificate programs. The programs are offered in Toronto, Vancouver or Whistler and run 27 or 48 weeks in length depending on the program you choose.
Work Adventures Canada participants receive a substantial discount off tuition!
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Additional requirements for the Work & Study Option
Additional requirements for the the Farming Option
The benefits of going with CCUSA are endless, but here are just a few highlights.
Below are the basic fees for the Work Adventures Canada Programs. Prices are in US Dollars.
You should also consider the following costs when finalizing your budget: federal police background check, insurance, flights, proof of funds, add-on options and living expenses while in Canada.
To be paid when you apply
To be paid when your are accepted to the program
Tuition schedules vary depending on your program, location, duration and optional add-ons. See complete tuition schedule for the Work & Study program.
The following fees are in addition to CCUSA’s program fee and set by independent bodies.
3 simple steps to get you on your way.
Applications are accepted year-round. You must apply to CCUSA at least 12 – 16 weeks prior to your anticipated program start date.
For our Farm Program, we are fortunate to partner with a group of exciting farms throughout Canada who trust and welcome our international staff. You are given the opportunity to learn about our farms, their locations, and the jobs they are offering during the application process. Job availability depends on the season and size of the farm. We recommend you apply to Work Adventures Canada early to ensure you get the job you want.