Access career planning tools and services

Planning your career requires an understanding of your skills. Start planning your career by doing a self-assessment of your capacity and interests.

Online career planning tools and self-assessment resources

Career Planning Services

  • Challenge Disability Resource Group

    • Challenge provides supports to individuals with disabilities through three core services: Vocational Assessment, Job Development and Employment Coordination/Job Coaching.
  • Kwanlin Dun First Nation Employment Services Office

    • Located at the House of Learning, the Employment Services office provides individualized employment assistance services to Kwanlin Dun Citizens and Beneficiaries.
  • Employment Central

    • Provides assistance with resumes, cover letters, labour market information, interview practise, appropriate clothing for an interview, career exploration or work with a counsellor to develop a plan that may include skills development or education planning.
  • Skookum Jim Friendship Centre Youth Employment Centre

    • Assists youth to develop the necessary skills to successfully gain and maintain meaningful employment.
  • Volunteer Yukon

    • Volunteer Yukon can assist individuals looking to volunteer in order to gain work experiences.
  • Yukon College - Career Planning Services

    • Career and educational guidance is provided to all students and to the general public at Ayamdigut (Whitehorse) campus and in all Yukon communities.
  • Association franco-yukonnaise: Service Emploi et Formation

    • The Service Emploi et Formation offers service that meets the needs of francophone adults and families in the Yukon in the areas of job search, career development, professional development, post-secondary, continuing education, and literacy.