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Gain the Skills You Need Today with BW Microcredentials

Earn a microcredential at NO COST to expand your job opportunities. Baldwin Wallace University, in partnership with the State of Ohio, is able to provide microcredentials to Ohioans who have economic need, are searching for employment or are responding to lost income.

Baldwin Wallace is offering in-demand certificates across 10 skill areas you can use today. Baldwin Wallace courses are taught live online (synchronous) with BW's expert partners. At the conclusion of the course, you will receive a Baldwin Wallace certificate of completion. Each course includes a no-cost voucher to take the industry-accepted certification examination. BW will also provide learners a resume review along with one career counseling session.

In-demand certificates

Earn a microcredential in Agile Project Management, AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Associate, CompTIA IT Fundamentals, CompTIA Security+, Google Analytics Foundation, ITIL Foundations, Microsoft Azure Fundamentals, Microsoft Excel - Basic and Advanced, Microsoft Power BI - Data Analysis Practitioner or Python Certified Entry-Level Programmer (PCEP) through the Individual Microcredential Assistance Program (IMAP).

Qualifications

The IMAP grant was created by the State of Ohio to provide opportunities for low-income, partially unemployed or fully unemployed Ohioans to participate in a training program and receive a microcredential at NO COST. Learners interested in a microcredential will receive FREE TUITION with no out-of-pocket costs to earn a credential. Get a boost to learn skills that are valued by employers across Ohio. To be eligible for the Microcredential Grant, Ohioans must be low-income, partially unemployed or fully unemployed.

Get Started

Join us for a Zoom information session to learn about certificate options, how to register and how to prepare to attend class. Registration in advance is required. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with information about joining the meeting. Click below to register.

Thursday, November 19 at 3 p.m.

Questions? Contact Connie King, director of professional development, at (440) 826-3821, OhioCred@bw.edu.

Certificates Available through BW

Funding for the Program

Funding for the BW IMAP program was generously provided by the State of Ohio. View additional information.