Missing academia in your life? Although you may not be in school anymore amidst this pandemic, there are still plenty of ways to work out your brain muscles and learn something new. Harrington has compiled a list to be sure to check off needs and wants for any intellectual. 

Harvard University

Harvard University is offering 67 short-term courses for free during this time! Yes, you heard that right. You now have access to the most sought after Ivy League university in the world! To browse, and choose the courses that are right and interesting to you, visit https://online-learning.harvard.edu/catalog/free


Have your sights set on more than just Harvard courses? At edX, they are offering over 2500+ online courses from over 140 institutions! Talk about having the world at your fingertips. edX has courses from architecture, science, mental health, to business and coding. There will truly be something for everyone on https://www.edx.org/


Coursera is another generous company that is responding to COVID-19 in a positive way. They have started an initiative called “Coursera Together” to offer free resources and courses. You can even receive certificates and degrees through Coursera if you’re up for the challenge! Visit https://www.coursera.org/courses?query=free to learn more about Coursera Together. 


Are you looking for more professional resources than academic? Don’t worry, LinkedIn has you covered! LinkedIn is offering free webinars for those with business on the mind. Check out https://business.linkedin.com/talent-solutions/recruiting-best-practices-webinars#alltopics/allaudiences/allproducts to see the extensive list being offered to you, the young professionals.

And if after all that, nothing has caught your eye or your attention, Harrington still has you covered! We’ve found a list of 50 free online resources at Life Hack: https://www.lifehack.org/599957/50-free-online-resources-for-self-motivated-learners.