DS SolidWorks recently activated a program to give displaced designers and engineers a chance to learn new career skills.
Extending a hand to waves of displaced designers and engineers, Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks Corp. (DS SolidWorks) recently activated a program to give these potential employees a chance to learn new career skills in 3-D computer-aided design.
Called the SolidWorks Engineering Stimulus Package™, the program gives free SolidWorks® 3D CAD software licenses, training videos and tutorials, networking, certification, and potential job leads to any job seeker living in the U.S. or Canada. DS SolidWorks will also expand this program to other geographical regions in coming months.
“Actively developing high-demand skills can help transform your outlook, instill hope, and qualify you for well-paying careers,” said Jeff Ray, chief executive officer of DS SolidWorks. “Designers and engineers have placed their trust in DS SolidWorks for the last decade, and this is one way we’re doing our part and giving back.”
To learn more, visit www.solidworks.com/ESP