Skills/Professional Development Partners
Saylor Academy is committed to removing barriers to higher education and helping students build essential career skills. We aim to make education accessible to anyone, anywhere, and at any time. Saylor Academy partners with colleges/universities, governments, non governmental organizations, employers, and others who are trying to make a difference by offering access to education in their communities.
Skills Development University Partners
Daffodil International University partners with Saylor Academy to offer professional development opportunities for its students. Students are able to use Saylor Academy’s free, self-paced courses to enhance their studies and become more competitive candidates when they enter the workforce.
IES University leverages Saylor Academy courses to help its students and faculty develop career-ready skills. The Saylor Academy partnership helps learners further develop and prepare for the workplace or entrepreneurship.
Non Governmental Organization Partners
Saylor Academy is a Knowledge Partner for NSDC’s eSkillIndia initiative, a project designed to offer access to upskilling opportunities for India’s youth. eSkillIndia’s students are able to take advantage of Saylor Academy’s free courses and develop their skills in Computer Science/Programming, Business, or English.
Carlos Rosario, a school that helps adult immigrants with education and career training, uses our courses to support their students and provide pathways to further their schooling or career aspirations. Carlos Rosario’s students are able to take advantage of Saylor Academy courses in Computer Science/Programming, Math, and other subjects to prepare for their next steps in education or in the workforce.
Central Union Mission, a faith based nonprofit that helps individuals who have experienced homelessness, uses Saylor Academy’s free courses to supplement their vocational training, career readiness, and entrepreneurship programs. Central Union Mission’s clients use our professional development courses, as well as several academic resources, to prepare them for the workforce, the market, or future study paths.
Bexar County Human Resources (San Antonio, Texas area) uses Saylor Academy to offer additional professional development opportunities to its employees. Via Bexar BiblioTech (the county’s innovative public library) Bexar County also supports testing services for students wishing to earn credit for Saylor Academy courses.
Degree Completion Partners
Credit University Partners
University of Memphis has recognized that a segment of its student population needs additional supports and pathways to achieve higher degree completion rates. One of the programs the University of Memphis implemented to help address this need was Project Finish Line, managed by their Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning.
Project Finish Line helps students finish their degrees if they are within one academic year until a successful graduation. Saylor Academy has partnered with the University to be a part of low cost pathways for students who have often depleted their financial aid resources.
By reinventing higher education to fit the needs of today’s students and workforce, Southern New Hampshire University ensures that students are keeping pace with new technologies and professional requirements.
Saylor Academy has partnered with SNHU to help students achieve their dreams and transform their lives by completing their degree with minimal costs. By offering transferable credits to SNHU for students across the globe, Saylor Academy helps to remove restrictive financial barriers burdening this generation of students.