• The Future of Work: The Time to Upskill Our Workforce is Now

    The Future of Work: The Time to Upskill Our Workforce is Now

    The widening skills gap. Automation. A pandemic. How can we continue to create opportunities for workers in an ever-changing world? Autodesk believes in nurturing the mindset for continuous learning and providing opportunities to demonstrate and validate skills to help achieve career goals. Read the full article here.


  • New “Year 13” Program Brings Technical Training, College Credits and Job Pathways to Boston Public High School Graduates

    New “Year 13” Program Brings Technical Training, College Credits and Job Pathways to Boston Public High School Graduates

    In an effort to help bridge the opportunity gap, Boston-based Digital Ready is launching “Year 13,” a new program for Boston public high school graduates. In partnership with Wentworth Institute of Technology, and with support from the Barr Foundation and City Councilor Michael Flaherty, this initiative will provide a no-cost, accelerated pathway into college and future career paths related to architecture, engineering, […]


  • Prepare for the Future of Work and Automation with the Autodesk Certification Program

    Prepare for the Future of Work and Automation with the Autodesk Certification Program

    The World Economic Forum estimates 1 billion people will need to be reskilled by 2030. This global skills gap represents a looming crisis across all industries we serve. To address this challenge, Autodesk is developing lifelong learning solutions to help workers keep pace by learning new skills and earning professional credentials that will create opportunity for the […]


  • Fueling Innovation by Supporting Historically Black Colleges and Universities on Capitol Hill

    Fueling Innovation by Supporting Historically Black Colleges and Universities on Capitol Hill

    At Autodesk, we believe that a diverse workforce leads to more innovative products, solutions, and experiences for our customers. To help bolster the pipeline of future designers, engineers and creators, we’re looking closely at how we can more directly engage with historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs).   Read the full article here.