It's never too early to start thinking about what you'll be doing in the summer even when it's months away. Planning potential job opportunities is pretty smart too. Parks Canada is hiring young Canadians to have adventures in the great outdoors next summer. That really is the dream.\nThere are some pretty great natural landscapes that are always ready to be explored including national parks, historic sites and marine conservation areas. Who wouldn't love to spend the summer visiting hidden gems and sharing all about it on social media?\nParks Canada is looking to hire three young Canadians to get out and explore the country's natural landscape in 2020 as part of its Parkslife youth collective.\nFor the three people who get the job, Parks Canada wants them to "have fun, create incredible memories and gain valuable skills through thrilling adventures in some of Canada's most spectacular places."\nTo be considered for the job, you have to be a registered full-time university or college and have completed at least one full year of post-secondary by May 2020. You also have to be going back to school full-time in September 2020.\nBeing bilingual in Canada's national languages is an asset but not necessary. As long as you know English or French you're good to go.\nThe ambassador job will mean living in Canada's capital region, specifically Gatineau, Quebec and working full-time from May to August 2020 and then part-time remotely from September 2020 until April 2021.\nView this post on Instagram Looking for ideas on how to explore Ottawa? We recommend walking through the historical ByWard Market - a small neighbourhood filled with eclectic shops, boutiques and restaurants. Head to Tomo Restaurant for spectacular sushi, have brunch at Benny’s Bistro, and visit The House of Cheese to choose from over 500 different varieties from around the world! #ExploreCanada 📷: @malthezimakoff 📍: @ottawatourism, @ontariotravel . #myottawa #discoveron A post shared by Explore Canada (@explorecanada) on Jul 4, 2019 at 8:41am PDT\nView this post on Instagram Nighttime in national parks = amazing captures like this! 🌟 Pictured here is the Asulkan cabin in Glacier National Park, found nestled at the end of the trail amongst the Columbia Mountains. 📷: @nolangale . . . . . #GlacierNationalParkCanada #glaciernp #glacier #explorebc #bc #beautifulbc #hellobc #tourismbc #travelbc #britishcolumbia #beautifulbritishcolumbia #ExploreCanada #parkscanada #canada #wanderlust #travel #wander #nationalpark #travel #explorer #lovetotravel #travelmore #lovetotravel A post shared by Parks Canada (@parks.canada) on Sep 26, 2019 at 7:15pm PDT\nThroughout the summer, ambassadors will travel to some of Parks Canada's hidden gem locations and get the opportunity to experience the uniqueness each location has to offer.\n"If you enjoy meeting new people and establishing meaningful connections, are passionate about Canada’s natural and cultural heritage and want to share this passion with other young Canadians, enjoy experiencing new places and are a talented communicator with knowledge of using social media tools, this challenge will be of interest to you," Parks Canada said.\nView this post on Instagram September is here, but that doesn’t mean fun in the great outdoors has to end! Enjoy your favourite summer activities into the fall season, and be rewarded with a totally new experience. 🍂 You’ll be amazed by the colours our places have to offer. 📍: Kejimkujik National Park and Historic Site 📷: @nicoleboutilier . . . . . #Kejimkujik #KejimkujikNP #kejimkujiknationalpark #Kejimkujikseaside #VisitNovaScotia #novascotia #ExploreCanada #parkscanada #canada #wanderlust #travel #wander #nationalpark #travel #explorer #lovetotravel #travelmore #lovetotravel A post shared by Parks Canada (@parks.canada) on Sep 6, 2019 at 5:20pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram Ah, Pink Lake, one of our favourite spots to visit during Fall Rhapsody in Gatineau Park! Need a ride? 🚌 Catch the free shuttle from the Supreme Court of Canada starting this weekend until Oct. 27 🍂 . 📷@ninanearandfar #MyOttawa #Ottawa #DiscoverON #ExploreCanada #Fall A post shared by Ottawa Tourism (@ottawatourism) on Oct 3, 2019 at 12:45pm PDT\nThe whole point of the ambassador job is to share science, conservation and indigenous reconciliation work done by Parks Canada with other young Canadians.\nThe goal is to ultimately inspire young people to explore nature and learn about Canada's natural and cultural heritage.\nSo if you want to apply you have to have experience with creating and giving presentations, social media, organizing events and activities, community engagement and volunteerism.\nParks Canada is accepting applications here from November 1 until November 17 at 11:59 p.m.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.