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Career, Education and Volunteer Expo 
Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre
1171-1st Avenue, 
Thursday, October 29th
10:30 am to 4:00 pm

Showcase your organization and inspire Yukoners to explore opportunities in education, jobs, or volunteer experiences.

Anticipated Visitors:

  • High school students and their teachers and parents 
  • Yukon College students seeking transfer to universities or other programs
  • Student advisors
  • Career Counsellors
  • Immigration officers and counselors
  • New-comers and Immigrants
  • Job seekers
  • Mid-career changers or those seeking professional development
  • Retirees
  • Volunteers

Last year's event welcomed 1300 participants and 63 exhibitors!

Registration Fees :

  • Before October 2nd: $100 which includes one 6’ table and 2 chairs, wireless Internet (limited bandwidth)
  • After October 2nd: $150
  • There is a 50% discount to all current Volunteer Bénévoles Yukon members (Does not apply to universities, colleges, companies and government departments)

For more information or to register, please contact:

Volunteer Bénévoles Yukon, Yukon College, YuWIN and Association franco-yukonnaise
are partnering to organize the Education, Career and Volunteer Expo

YuWIN Statistics at a Glance - June

Number of New Jobs Posted: 210
Number of Active Organizations: 219
Number of New Organizations: 7
Number of Visits: 60,970 
Number of Unique Visitors: 21,697

Chic Clothing Naturally Sourced - an interview with Climate Clothing

Tucked in amongst a growing number of businesses owned and managed by women in Horwood’s Mall, is Climate Clothing, the passion of Yukon mother and daughter team, Lorraine and Ciara Stick.

Climate offers chic clothing and accessories made from bamboo, soy, eucalyptus and pure cotton. Before the store opened, initially beside Well Read Books and then at the back of Horwood’s Mall, Yukoners had little choice but to shop outside for natural-source attire.

“I really wanted to offer local women the option of putting something that is good for you on your body,’ says Lorraine. “We tend to talk a lot about what we put into our body, but we rarely talk about what we wear next to our skin.”