Did Udacity help during the Covid-19 pandemic?


  1. Online learning platform Udacity is offering free tech training to workers laid off as a result of the crisis. The California-based company revealed that in the wake of layoffs and furloughs by major U.S. corporations, it will offer its courses — known as nanodegrees — for free to individuals in the U.S. who have been let go because of the coronavirus. The average price for an individual signing up for a nanodegree is about $400 a month, and the degrees take anywhere from four to six months to complete. The hope is that while individuals wait to go back to work, or in the event that the layoff is permanent, they can get training in fields that are driving so much of today’s digital transformation (CNBC)
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