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Fulfill Your Raison D'être

with a rewarding career teaching French.

What's Your Raison D'être?

Teaching is about more than sharing knowledge. It’s about making a difference and impacting the lives of your students for the better. Teaching in French is no different.

The passion that drew you to teaching transcends languages. Embrace your raison d’être and spend every single day setting your students up for success, growing as a teacher, and opening eyes to the importance of the French language.

Embrace Your Raison D'être

Our Stories

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    Melissa Longworth

    Future Teacher, Saskatchewan

    is helping my students reach their full potential and growing with them.

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    Ahmad Rahal

    Future Teacher, Ontario

    is pursuing a career where I can share different cultures.

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  • Photo of Pierre-Etienne Lambert

    Pierre-Etienne Lambert

    Second Career as a Teacher, Ontario

    is equipping students with skills to better their lives.

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    Mitchel Sherar

    High School Immersion Teacher, Saskatchewan

    is giving my students countless pathways to success.

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    Alexia Forsythe

    New Teacher, New Brunswick

    is serving my community and uplifting French culture.

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    Eartha Monard

    High School Principal, Nova Scotia

    is helping younger generations express themselves through culture.

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    Serge Duguay

    High School Immersion Teacher, Prince Edward Island

    is opening eyes and minds to new cultures through language.

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  • Photo of Suzanne Soum

    Suzanne Soum

    Retired French Teacher, Ontario

    is keeping French culture alive while positively impacting students.

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  • Photo of Jeanette Chicoine-Darroch

    Jeanette Chicoine-Darroch

    Retired Teacher, Saskatchewan

    is sharing my language while building impactful relationships.

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    Krista Gates

    High School Immersion Teacher, Saskatchewan

    is opening minds and giving my students tools for a successful future.

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  • Photo of Sharlene Holliday

    Sharlene Holliday

    High School Immersion Teacher, Saskatchewan

    is experiencing unique opportunities and sharing French culture with students.

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    Laun Shoemaker

    Second Career as a Teacher, Newfoundland and Labrador

    is helping kids uncover their untapped potential.

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    Jennifer McKenzie

    Elementary Immersion Teacher, Prince Edward Island

    is building the confidence of future generations and opening the world for them.

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    Lisa Evans

    Elementary Immersion Teacher, Saskatchewan

    is growing in my career while sparking a love of learning in my students.

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  • Photo of Natasha Molnar-Fluter

    Natasha Molnar-Fluter

    Immersion Teacher, Saskatchewan

    is motivating students to be their best while building a community of peers.

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    Chloé McGuirk

    High School Immersion Teacher, Prince Edward Island

    is keeping my cup full while inspiring students everyday.

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    Alyssa Radulescu

    First-Year French Teacher, Ontario

    is mentoring kids to their full potential.

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    Dave Butt

    Program Specialist, Newfoundland and Labrador

    is giving students and administrators the same opportunities given to me.

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  • Photo of Paula Luby-Coughlan

    Paula Luby-Coughlan

    University Instructor, French Second Language Educator, Newfoundland and Labrador

    is sharing my enthusiasm for French and inspiring future generations.

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    Jessica Irvine

    Elementary Core Teacher, Saskatchewan

    is fostering respect and acceptance for other cultures.

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    Marline Al Koura

    High School Principal, Ontario

    is opening doors for my students.

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Curious to learn more?

If you're interested in learning more about this campaign, contact Canadian Parents for French by phone at 613-235-1481 or by email at cpf@cpf.ca.

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