Kansas City-based nonprofit Central Exchange is offering free vouchers to its virtual leadership webinars for unemployed workers and small businesses affected by the coronavirus crisis.

 “During this challenging time for so many, we’re offering the opportunity to expand networks, learn new skills and keep spirits positive. At Central Exchange, we’re dedicated to empowering women and men to cultivate their careers,” says Renee Keffer, Central Exchange Interim President & CEO. “As a nonprofit, we know now more than ever, connecting people to community resources is the right thing to do.”

 Those unemployed and affected by the coronavirus can access the programs for this “Stronger Together” special virtually. Program topics include speakers and content to empower you, promote wellbeing, ignite business, and cultivate community. Every program provides exposure to industry leaders, networking, resources and inspiration. Programs are offered several times each week. 

  “During this crisis, we’re all seeking community, growth and genuine relationships,” Keffer says. “We look forward to welcoming more faces virtually to Central Exchange.”

 Unemployed workers and small businesses affected by the coronavirus can access programs by visiting centralexchange.org/calendar. Fill out the guest form link in each program event. Individuals can access up to five standard webinars for free.