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About Us

The Federal Youth Network (FYN) is the national network for young and new public servants across the Public Service of Canada. It began in 2002 and seeks to foster and promote engagement, innovation and career development through in-person and virtual programming such as Career Boot Camp and the FYN Virtual Learning Series.





















Career Boot Camp (CBC)

Career Boot Camp (CBC) is a learning series offered in partnership with the Canada School of Public Service, offering workshops, group discussions, mentoring sessions and kiosks for new and young public servants navigating their public service careers.

Registration for CBC 2022 is now open! Check out the Career Boot Camp GCwiki page for more info.

Welcome Students

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For all information specific for students, please follow GC Students on Twitter, LinkedInand on their Wiki Page.

Virtual Learning Series

Take at look at the calendar of upcoming events in our FYN Virtual Learning Series.

Quarterly Newsletter

Download English version here!























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Mentorship

Want to learn about and get more involved in mentorship, either as a mentor or mentee? Check out GCwiki for mentorship resources and a mentoring living library!

New Public Servant Toolbox

Essential Policies Code of Values and Ethics How Government Works Pay ATIP Acceptable Network and Device Use Policy on Harassment
Associated Learning Workplace

GCcampus: Values and Ethics (C255) GCcampus: Respectful Workplace (G417)

Public Servant Basics

GCcampus: Who We Work For (C218) GCcampus: Phoenix Employees (C601)

GCcampus: ATIP Fundamentals (I015)

Mental Health

GCcampus: Mental Health Awareness (Z041) GCcampus: Signs, Symptoms and Solutions (Z067)

Indigenous Awareness

GCcampus: Indigenous Learning Series GCcampus: What I Know and What I Don't Know (K099)

GCcampus: First Nations in Canada (K101)

Official Languages

GCcampus: Introduction to Official Languages (P311)

Career Development

GCcampus: Plan to Further Your Career (H014) GCcampus: Building Your Professional Network (D006)

Diversity

GCcampus: Bridging the Diversity Gap (W003)

Government Priorities Public Service Renewal

and Youth

Mental Health Diversity and Inclusion Indigenous Reconciliation Official Languages Sustainability
Tech Tools/Software Office 365 Phoenix Slack Trello GCdocs Webex
Networking Opportunities Social Media in the GC GCtool profile creation Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Instagram
Learning Events FYN Learning Series CSPS Events One Team Gov Coffees LeadersGC Twitter Chats
Planning Your Career Jobs.gc.ca Career Marketplace Career Community Free Agents Talent Cloud
Meaningful Work Beyond2020 Mentorship Diversity and Inclusion Charitable Campaign GCWCC
Formal Networks Youth Network

@FYN_RJFF

GC Students

@gcs_egc

@LeadersGC Regional diversity networks Regional inclusion networks Regional indigenous networks @IPAC_IAPC

IPAC

Regional Youth Networks
Informal Networks @FlexGCInfo Positive Space

GCconnex Community

One Team Gov Employee Engagement Network @aranetwork_ps
Communities Career Community Policy Community

@policommpoli

Comms Community

@CCOBCC

GC_Communities @apoliticalco

Apolitical

@FBEC_CEFN

FBEC

@GCcollab

GCCollab

@GCConnex

GCConnex

Individuals @RobButler @AmandaBernardo @worldofabe @Sarah_Paquet @Copeland309 @Jen_MacDougall @Jenthorne77 @ToferC
Individuals Aalya DE Steph Percival Ali Khan Chris Scipio Justin Mathews Octavia James Jessica Zeroual Michael Karlin


Working Virtually

With the swift implementation of physical distancing measures, many public servants have had to adapt to teleworking. The following resources have been gathered, from various Government of Canada sources, to support new public servants.

BUSRIDES guide to going remote

FlexGC Network Trello board of resource

FlexGC Network


Acronyms

If you find there are a lot of acronyms in your work, you are not alone.

Here is a user-generated glossary to many commonly used GC acronyms and PSPC offers an official list as well.