Learning for Live: offers a free app for coaching and goal-tracking. Paid services come with more exclusive access to over 8,000 personal coaches, including personalized leadership coaching that caters to your specific workplace problems and goals.


Learning for Live: Join over 20 million learners in highly actionable online classes backed by Harvard, MIT, and other prestigious institutions from around the world. Some courses here are taken just for the love of learning, while others can earn you a degree or certificate.

Open Culture

Learning for Live: Open Culture is a website that collects online education materials and supports lifelong learning with free classes, audio, and video. The non-profit looks across the Internet to find free learning resources and gathers them so they’re easy for you to browse, sort, and find something you want to learn. It currently lists more than 1,500 free courses, predominantly from universities.


Learning for Live: The large selection of courses covers topics such as Java, .NET, Perl, Python, PHP, Ruby, and MySQL. Courses range from 2 to 5 days and range from introductory to advanced. Many of the classes deal with security-related issues. Companies can arrange for customized classes for their employees.

Noble Desktop

Learning for Live: A series of courses offering a certificate in web design. Day, night, and weekend schedules are available. The most coding-oriented course is "JavaScript and jQuery," which introduces the language, explains the DOM, and teaches specific applications of jQuery.


Learning for Live: Choose from over 3,900 online courses on Coursera. Some courses are backed by universities and can lead to degrees, while others give students the tools to master a specific skill.

Fullstack Academy

Learning for Live: Courses in front- and back-end development and computer science. The courses cover data structures, algorithms, object-oriented programming, JavaScript, React, HTML5, CSS3, and Node.js.

Dev Bootcamp

Learning for Live: Courses in multiple languages and frameworks, HTML, CSS, and SQL. No longer accepting new students.

Developer Bootcamp

Learning for Live: Courses ranging from three to six weeks on many topics, taught in many locations. Remote real-time attendance with two-way video and audio communication is an option. The topics include programming languages, system administration, software frameworks, operating systems, etc. Each course devotes at least half its time to hands-on learning.

Better Explained

Learning for Live: For people who want to learn math and how it is applied in the real world, Better Explained offers interesting classes, articles, and lessons. Individual lessons are generally free and so are online course texts. You can purchase “complete” courses that come with PDF versions of textbooks, video lessons, more quizzes, and invitations to webinars when they occur.

Alison Learning Paths

Learning for Live: Alison offers free online courses created by experts in various fields. You’ll find a mix of educators and entrepreneurs creating this content. Some are sponsored by different companies to help with very specific projects such as applying for different types of certifications and exams. Classes fall under a few major categories such as marketing, health, humanities, science, and technology.

Khan Academy

Learning for Live: This nonprofit offers free online classes that students tackle at their own pace. The classes cover most subjects through high school levels, and some courses dip into early college content.

GFC Global

Learning for Live: The program is an educational tool from the Goodwill Community Foundation (GCF) Global initiative. It has been offering classes for nearly 20 years and is primarily focused on essential business skills to help people find work. You’ll also discover life skills around finances, freelance work, Internet and computer skills, and creative hobbies.