A Climate of Mattering

Employment & Learning

YWCA Saskatoon’s Employment & Learning Centre has been supporting the Saskatoon community for the last 20 years with employability skills and employment workshops and classes for both women and men. We are committed to assisting individuals as they pursue their career and employment goals and assisting in creating sustainable livelihoods.

Our employment programs help women, men, and families achieve sustainable livelihoods.

Many of our clients have found work in hospitality, construction, human services, and administration; others have begun further education and training. For these clients, employment and education have contributed to building their resilience, supporting their families, and making connections in the community.

To learn how you can join our programs, please contact us for requirements and availability.

The Job Search Program, Trade Journey Program and Career Moves Program are made possible through funding from the Ministry of Immigration and Career Training.


Keeping Everyone Safe!

Everyone is required to wear a face mask or face covering while accessing services in our centre.  If you are not able to comply, please contact us to discuss alternate arrangements for services.

Our building is regularly cleaned and sanitized.  The meeting rooms and computer lab are arranged to allow for physical distancing.  There is hand sanitizer and cleaner available. All areas are disinfected prior to your arrival.

Sadly, we are not able to offer you any coffee, tea or water.  You are welcome to bring a water bottle or travel mug with you.  No food is allowed.

If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us.  You can call 306-986-2873, text 306-292-6184 or email Employment and Learning