Wednesday, April 08, 2009

Autodesk Assistance Program

Invest in Yourself (for free!)

In these uncertain economic times, many companies have had to let good people go. If you were one of them, you might be wondering how to advance your career in this challenging global job market.

In order to get ahead in the workplace, you need to invest in yourself by increasing your knowledge and expanding your skills. And the good news is that Autodesk can help you get back in the game. With the Autodesk Assistance Program you can take action today to gain a competitive advantage in your field.

The Autodesk Assistance Program offers recently unemployed architecture, engineering, design, and manufacturing professionals a 13-month student license to AutoCAD, Revit Achitecture, Autodesk Inventor Professional, and AutoCAD Civil 3D software for free. Also included is free online training, reduced-cost classroom training, and reduced-cost certification preparation and exams. Deal ends December 31.

...thanks for the link Mike!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for the link. I downloaded AutoCad 2009 this morning and it works great.

12:01 PM  
Blogger eric said...

My pleasure.

Now we just need HP to step up and give out some free memory and upgrades to support the free software...


12:22 PM  

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