Online Tools

Our Online Learning Partners

  • iRelaunch: The University of Virginia Alumni Association is pleased to partner with iRelaunch, the Return to Work Experts, to provide our alumni with a proven and effective online “workbook” to help you transition back to work after a break.
  • LinkedIn Guys: Co-founded by Omar Garriott (Com ’02), The LinkedIn Guys is an online course that teaches you how to make the most of LinkedIn—from two guys who worked there and know the system inside and out. UVA Alumni receive an alumni-exclusive discount!
  • Franklin Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective People® Leadership Development Course:  This self-paced certificate course will help you increase productivity, restore balance, and develop a greater sense of empowerment in your life.
  • Unconscious Bias: Understanding Bias to Unleash Potential: This self-paced 15-hour asynchronous course offers a principle-based approach to helping you identify and address bias, as well as building practical skills to counter its potentially harmful effects and increase performance across your organization. For a limited time, this course is only $279; use code UVAUBJH at checkout for your alumni-exclusive discount!

Training and Professional Development

  • UVA Online Education: From courses to certificates and degrees, UVA offers a wide variety of online learning and distance education opportunities from schools and units across Grounds.
  • Alison: Free online software training.
  • Code Academy: Online learning for coding.
  • EdX: Flexible learning from leading institutions.
  • GCF Learn Free: Over 125 free tutorials in computers/software.
  • LinkedIn Learning: Hundreds of courses available online (included for Premium subscribers).
  • Microsoft: Helpful tutorials on Microsoft products.
  • Udacity: Online courses and nanodegree programs.
  • Udemy: Thousands of courses taught by industry experts; flexible learning.

Career Exploration

  • Career OneStop: Research career information, training and jobs. State and local centers provide in-person resources and support. Sponsored by U.S. Department of Labor.
  • Careers.org: Job resources, education/training, salary tool and more.
  • Employment Projections: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
  • O*NET and My Next Move: Occupational reports, search tools and more. Sponsored by U.S. Department of Labor (check both links; My Next Move also has a career interest profiler).
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook: Duties, education and training, pay, and outlook for hundreds of occupations. Sponsored by U.S. Department of Labor.
  • Short and Long Term Occupational Projections, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor
  • WhatforWork: browse interviews and learn from people in specific jobs.