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How To Rent In Vancouver For Working Holidays

How To Rent In Vancouver For Working Holidays

Posted June 19, 2018 in How To Guide, Study & Work, Working Holiday

It can be super exciting when you finally land in Canada and begin your Working Holiday adventure! However, you’ll eventually realize something important amongst the excitement – you need a place to live! Although our Working Holiday programs have add-on options for homestay accommodation, some of our participants prefer to find their own place. We can understand and …Continue Reading

To-Do’s On Day 1 of Your Working Holiday In Canada

To-Do’s On Day 1 of Your Working Holiday In Canada

Posted June 8, 2018 in Working Holiday

It can be super exciting to start a new adventure in a different country, find work, and make new friends during your Working Holiday in Canada. However, we know that it can also be a bit scary and stressful because you might be unsure of what you need to do during your first couple of days after …Continue Reading

How To Improve Your English For A Working Holiday in Canada

How To Improve Your English For A Working Holiday in Canada

Posted August 14, 2016 in How To Guide, Working Holiday

So you’ve always wanted to visit Canada and immerse yourself in a different culture, improve your English, and make some new friends – all while working to pay off your travel expenses! At this point you’ve probably discovered working holidays in Canada, which is great! In order for you to quickly and easily find a job on …Continue Reading

5 Things You Must Try On Your Working Holiday in Canada

5 Things You Must Try On Your Working Holiday in Canada

Posted April 14, 2016 in Working Holiday

We know that Canada is a big place and it can be a bit overwhelming deciding what you want to do once you’ve landed for your Working Holiday in Canada (besides work!). Do you want to explore the world-famous wilderness and experience the nature first hand? Do you want to try your hand at winter sports? The list can …Continue Reading

5 Tips For Writing A Canadian Internship Cover Letter

5 Tips For Writing A Canadian Internship Cover Letter

Posted April 5, 2016 in How To Guide, Study & Work

Internships, internships, internships. If anybody has noticed, that’s been a recurring theme for our articles lately – and for a good reason too! With the International Experience Canada (IEC) releasing a majority of their International Co-op Visas at this point (check out our IEC 2016 Masterlist here), we thought that it would be important to help lay down the …Continue Reading

Stepwest Is Now A Recognized Organization (RO)!

Stepwest Is Now A Recognized Organization (RO)!

Posted March 1, 2016 in News, Recognized Organization (RO)

Hey guys! We have some super exciting news to share with you all – we’ve been designated as a Recognized Organization (RO) under IEC (International Experience Canada) by Citizenship and Immigration Canada! Before, we were only able to offer our Working Holiday in Canada and Internship in Canada programs to those from the 32 IEC approved countries. Basically, if …Continue Reading

Canada Working Holiday Packing List – A Checklist Before Coming

Canada Working Holiday Packing List – A Checklist Before Coming

Posted February 10, 2016 in Working Holiday

If you’re reading this, you’re probably in one of these situations: you either got your work permit and are ready to come to work and travel in Canada, you’re still in your country’s working holiday pool for International Experience Canada 2018, OR you’re simply considering a working holiday sometime in the near future. No matter who you are, we …Continue Reading

Stepwest Stories – Guillaume, Student Internship

Stepwest Stories – Guillaume, Student Internship

Posted December 2, 2014 in Stepwest Stories, Study & Work

Stepwest Stories is back, and our star today is Guillaume from The Netherlands, who has been doing a Graphic Design and Marketing internship in Canada! We spent some time with Guillaume in order to find out more about his international internship experience in Canada! If you’re under the age of 35, are registered as a student in …Continue Reading

Stepwest Stories – Gema’s Working Holiday in Canada

Stepwest Stories – Gema’s Working Holiday in Canada

Posted October 24, 2014 in Stepwest Stories, Working Holiday

We’re back with another Stepwest Stories! Stepwest Stories is an on-going feature series where we highlight our program participant’s experiences in Canada. It’s a great way to share their Canada Working Holiday experiences with others also thinking about doing a working holiday in Canada. Gema’s Working Holiday Experience in Vancouver Gema came to Canada in May 2014 through Stepwest’s …Continue Reading

Stepwest Stories – Claudia, Working Holiday in Vancouver

Stepwest Stories – Claudia, Working Holiday in Vancouver

Posted September 26, 2014 in Stepwest Stories, Working Holiday

If you’re under the age of 35 (or 29 in the case of Mexico) and from one of many eligible countries around the world, getting a Working Holiday Visa for Canada will allow you to experience living and working in Canada, without undergoing the usual costly expenses of finding work sponsorship in advance or going on an …Continue Reading