How We Help Workers
3 steps to success
SkillUp helps workers find free and low-cost career and training resources to get back to work quickly. Our non-profit coalition includes over 60 training and education providers, tech firms, employers, and philanthropies all dedicated to supporting upskilling needs.
Here is how our free resources work:
Get Career Guidance
Learn about recommended career paths based on your previous jobs, how you like to work, and what industries are growing in your region.
Get Career Training & Coaching
Find free and low-cost programs that match your career goals. Meet with career coaches to help guide you through career exploration and job hunting best practices.
Connect to open jobs that will also help you advance your education and learn new skills. Use our tools to search through our job posting catalog.
Get started with our 30-second career questionnaire today!
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So, how does SkillUp work? Here are answers to some of the most common questions we hear.
What do you mean by ‘in-demand jobs’?
SkillUp helps people discover jobs that pay well, plus offer opportunities for growth and advancement. Our career catalog spans business, technology, healthcare, skilled trades, and supply chain.
Why should I take the time to register with SkillUp?
We know this might be a very stressful time for you and we’ve built SkillUp to quickly provide relief to you and others in need. Our free tool can help you discover in-demand jobs available to you now or after a short training program. It takes less than two minutes to get your personalized recommendations.
How much do the training programs cost, will I have to take on debt?
We’ve done our best to find the best free and low-cost training programs where available, but some do require tuition. That’s because we want to make sure they are worth your time and will help you prepare for in-demand jobs. Soon we’ll be able to help you tap into available government financial aid and we’re working with partners to raise funds to help cover your tuition costs.
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