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Turn Your Quarantine into Career Credentials

Fifty years from now, we’ll all tell our grandchildren about the time the world stopped spinning. When restaurants were shuttered, businesses sent their workers home, and planes vacated the sky. And we’ll be asked what we did with all that extra time stuck at home.

What if you could say that 2020 was the lemon you turned into lemonade? The opportunity you seized to advance your career? Many are jumping at that chance, and Udacity is helping them do it— all from home.

Let’s Be Honest: We All Have Time 

Current events have caused massive disruption to our society. But with every disruption comes opportunity. Today’s opportunity? Time. 

With parties, concerts, games, and work meetings canceled until further notice, many of us have been granted more hours in the day. 

Those with career-advancement goals could transform those excess hours into excess income. The programming and development skills that fuel the modern economy are in high demand. With everyone sheltering in place, the time for building your skills has never been better.

Trade 10 hours Per Week to Advance Your Career

Rather than spending your waking hours worrying about future unknowns, spend them creating the future you want. 

Just 10 hours per week could empower you with the skills (and credentials) you need to take the world by storm. Udacity is a skills-based learning system crafted with working people in mind – online, part-time education that delivers. Udacity offers part-time courses that cover essential dev skills like:

Udacity’s programs are driven by real-world projects designed in conjunction with the market’s top tier companies. Your life’s most lucrative chapter could be closer than you think.

Explore Udacity’s online education programs today.

Kelly Johnson
Kelly Johnson
Kelly Johnson is the Director of Content and SEO at Udacity. She has launched several successful SEO-driven content strategies for a range of tech companies. She's also passionate about connecting underrepresented communities to educational and professional opportunities in tech.