Pluralsight’s partnership with Year Up has opened new doors for young adults. By layering additional credentials alongside their Year Up training and work-based experience, Year Up participants and alumni increase their candidacy for meaninful careers, gaining further access to opportunity and economic justice. In March 2020, with Pluralsight’s immense support, Year Up transitioned its entirely in-person program to fully virtual, which allowed Year Up young adults to continue to learn and grow. Check out the case study to learn more about our partnership and meet Year Up alumnus Joan Pujols.
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Year Up & Pluralsight Partnership Case Study
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