The University of Wisconsin-Superior announced on Tuesday that they are offering discounts on their continuing education courses for people who have been affected by economic losses due to COVID-19.

They are providing a limited number of discounts for workshops and certificates to people who have faced financial adversity during the pandemic. Kathyrn Guimond, director of Continuing Education, explains how these courses can help people gain skills and credentials to get the back on their feet:

“Many people are making career changes, looking for ways to revive their businesses, or advance in their current roles. We are pleased to provide this discount to make our programs even more accessible.”

Those who are interested in utilizing the first come, first serve relief program must fill out a brief application online. Those individuals who have been furloughed, laid off, or have an employer that has faced financial adversity are encouraged to apply for the discounted programs.

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As far as course offerings, UWS continuing education provides workshops for leadership, community education, marketing and communications, wellness and self care, technical and digital writing, organizational leadership, and more. They also have a variety of certificate programs that can help you develop your knowledge in certain areas, and bring new skills to your current or future employer.

For more information and to apply, visit the University of Wisconsin-Superior website.

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