If you want to work overseas than take a look at the 13 destinations offered by France participating in the Work Holiday Visa programme that allows you to fund your travels through work. LINK : Work Holiday Visas https://pvtistes.net/destinations/
Some local services (town halls or regional and departmental authorities) offer mobility assistance: visit their websites or contact your local Information Jeunesse centre, office or info point.
Also look into grants awarded by associations or foundations, such as the Zellidja adventure bursary. www.zellidja.com
One association bursting with talent is Club Teli. Admittedly you have to pay for some services, but it’s packed with information and useful addresses, internship offers, job adverts and more. You need to be a member to have access to all the info, but that also gives you the right to apply for grants. http://www.teli.asso.fr/
The European adventure bursary from La Guilde supports original expedition projects. www.la-guilde.org
The CRIJ Provence Alpes in Marseille is an information centre dedicated to international and European mobility and is there to answer your questions on the various programmes available to go abroad, with advice, resources, useful addresses and testimonials. Come and discuss the various mobility opportunities open to you at our premises or send in your questions by email and one of our agents will get in touch to point you in the right direction. http://www.crijpa.fr/nos-services/europe-international/