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The United Nations Association in Canada offers a range of diverse programming across Canada and internationally that furthers our mandate of growing global citizens. Your involvement and support are crucial to our work and always appreciated.

Our charitable registration number is: 11927-6855 RR0001

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Green Spaces Applicants

GREEN SPACES

APPLICATIONS

ARE NOW OPEN!

We thank all applicants for their interest. However, only selected candidates will be contacted. 

BENEFITS FOR YOUTH​

  • Gain valuable work experience and develop new professional skills

  • Build your network with like-minded professionals from diverse backgrounds

  • Develop a more nuanced understanding of issues related to environmental sustainability, natural resource development and management, and green growth opportunities in a    Canadian and international context

  • Benefit from peer-to-peer knowledge and skills transfer  through “Innovation Team” sessions, consisting of Green    Spaces and Canada Green Corps participants and alum, as well as UNA-Canada’s international UN interns

  • Be an ambassador of UNA-Canada in their communities by raising awareness and education of the work they conduct in their placements and their sustainability efforts

YOUTH ELIGIBILITY

To be part of Green Spaces, applicants must be:

  • Un- or underemployed 

  • Between the ages of 15 and 30 (inclusive) at the time of intake/selection

  • A Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person who has been granted refugee status in Canada

  • Legally entitled to work according to the relevant provincial/territorial legislation and regulations

  • Must not have previously participated in UNA-Canada's     Green Spaces programme 

*Students are eligible to participate, including co-op placements 

Green Spaces participants taking part in the Salmon Habitat Restoration Program (SHaRP). SHaRP is a student-based initiative that promotes watershed stewardship and salmon habitat enhancement. City of Surrey, British Columbia

Have a Question?

Contact us:

Victoria Woodhouse

Senior Programme Manager

[email protected]

Philip Schwarz

Project Officer

[email protected]

Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec City and Territories

Nathan Adams

Senior Project Officer

 

[email protected]

Vancouver, Alberta and Toronto

Rebekka Chhom

Project Officer

[email protected]

Saskatoon, Winnipeg and Halifax

Trisha Iyar

Communications Officer

[email protected]

Through regular Between Two Flags (BTF) podcasts, UNA-Canada invites a wide range of experts to discuss complex environmental, economic and social issues. Participants are invited to provide questions. BTF exposes Green Spaces Participants to various career paths, new ways of thinking and understanding, and all our guests offer career advice at the end of the show.

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Featured Participants

Here are some of the Green Spaces participants and their stories

The Green Spaces programme has provided me the opportunity to learn more about sustainability and apply my technical skills of creating sustainable practices within operations and systems. My passion lies within Sustainable and resilient infrastructure development, and the Green Spaces programme empowers me to gain skills necessary to create a sustainable Canada and World.

HODHAN

Green Spaces Participant