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Career & Employment Opportunities for Alaskans: Home

This resource guide was developed to help library staff assist the public locate information about career choices, career and employment counseling, resume writing, and interviewing skills.

Develop a Career Plan

Street sign with the words, "Dream Job Ahead."

The steps in developing a career plan begin with conducting a self-assessment, exploring careers and identifying training opportunities that will help you achieve your goal.

Alaska Job Centers


Alaska Job Centers provide the full spectrum of employment related labor exchange services including job search assistance, job referral, job placement assistance for job seekers, re-employment services to unemployment insurance claimants, and recruitment services for employers with job openings.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic Alaska Job Centers are currently closed. Job seekers are encouraged to access employment and training resources use the online resources available from or  contact your local job center at (877) 724-2539 to speak to a  representative.

Source: Alaska Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Combined Plan for Program Years 2020-2023 [PDF] , page 27

Apprenticeships & Vocational Training

Government Benefits

Public Library Coordinator

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Julie Marie Niederhauser
Subjects: Library Outreach