Whether you are unemployed, underemployed, or seeking a new opportunity, Learn & Work In Utah can get you the skills you need to create a bright future for you and your loved ones.

Tuition assistance is available for qualifying applicants.

Has your job been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic? See what short-term training programs are available at Utah colleges and universities today. Learn & Work In Utah provides an opportunity for unemployed, underemployed, and vulnerable workers to learn new skills through affordable and flexible short-term programs designed to connect them with a rewarding career.

Programs are available in a variety of online, in-person, and hybrid formats. Select the college below that you’re most interested in for more information.

Explore available programs at institutions near you. Programs vary, so be sure to check all the schools in your region to see what programs are available.

Utah is nationally recognized for its educated, able, and resilient workforce.

As our state begins the process of economic recovery, education will serve a pivotal role in helping individuals re-skill and re-enter the workforce. Learn & Work In Utah will help our already exemplary workforce fine-tune their skills in Utah classrooms, both physical and virtual, to excel within the workplace or find new employment.

Learn & Work In Utah is an initiative supported by the Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED), Talent Ready Utah, and the Utah System of Higher Education (USHE). The program provides tuition assistance for short-term education to Utah residents whose employment has been affected by COVID-19.

Check out the latest episode of the Business Elevated Podcast

Listen to Kimberlee Carlile, director of Talent Ready Utah at GOED, and Jessica Gilmore, associate commissioner of Workforce Development & Industry Engagement at the Utah System of Higher Education, as they discuss the new Learn & Work In Utah program that provides education and training to displaced workers.