Members bring our Mission and Vision to life!
When you become a member, you will:
- Receive the CPF-NS newsletter, keeping you up to date on French second language programs and issues, as well as our upcoming events;
- Be informed about French activities outside the classroom such as French camps, French clubs, book fairs, French public speaking contests, travelling performers, bursaries and exchange programs;
- Have the opportunity to help set priorities in French second language issues in your area;
- Have an opportunity to network with people who are working towards similar goals for their children;
- Give visible support to an organization that is working on behalf of our children; the more members we have, the more clout we have.
Associate Member Organizations (AMO)
While any educator or other professional working with youth is welcome – and encouraged! – to take on an individual CPF membership, consider registering your school or organization as an Associate Member Organization, or AMO. AMOs get access to the latest research-based information that they need in their professional lives, and can gain exclusive access to CPF programs like our famous Concours d’art oratoire.
After registering with CPF, AMOs – non-voting members of the CPF family – receive the following benefits:
- Access to the latest information and research on French-second-language education.
- Access to The CPF Guide, a searchable database of all French immersion and extended core French programs in Canadian school systems.
- Access to Peer Tutoring Literacy Program™ Manual and DVD.
- Subscriptions to our informative national and provincial/territorial newsletters for members.
- Information on where to find a broad range of support materials.
- Discounts on advertising in CPF publications and on the national website.
- Networking opportunities with individuals and groups who support FSL programs.
- In Nova Scotia, AMOs are able to access a $200 cultural bursary to support FSL events. Cultural Bursary Application Form