Alberni billets needed for Vietnam youth

Billets are needed in Port Alberni for a group of 18 Canada World Youth (CWY) Volunteers from Vietnam and Canada.

From Dec. 4 to March 1, Port Alberni will be hosting a group of 18 Canada World Youth (CWY) Volunteers from Vietnam and Canada.

Billets and volunteer work placements are needed for the youths’ three-month stay in the community.

This visit will be the second stage of a CWY/CYDECO educational program for youth in leadership and sustainable development.

If you are interested and would like more information, please contact Nazlyn, Canadian project supervisor, at 250-918-8844 or npirani@cwy-jcm.org.

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