Remote Online Initiative Launches in Four North Central KS Counties

This article was published on: 09/26/2023

Residents in Clay, Dickinson, Marshall and Washington counties in North Central Kansas are eligible for scholarships to pay for month-long online classes that will provide certification as a remote work professional. NCRPC is working cooperatively with K-State Research and Extension on this Remote Online Initiative project, which is funded by a NetWorked Community Solutions Grant from NetWork Kansas.

“The goal is to encourage employers to successfully utilize remote workers and to provide people with training needed to work remotely successfully,” said Deb Ohlde, NCRPC Assistant Director for Strategic Initiatives.

To learn more or to register, visit

View the full news release. (PDF, 100 KB)

View the flyer for more information. (PDF, 369 KB)

Available Sessions for Master Remote Work Professional Course

Don’t miss out on this opportunity – the January session is the final chance for scholarships before the grant funding ends!

Application DeadlineStart DateEnd DateWorkshop DaysWorkshop Times
October 31, 2024Nov. 6, 2023Dec. 9, 2023Nov. 9, 16, 30, & Dec. 72pm or 7pm CT
January 2, 2024Jan. 8, 2024Feb. 7, 2024Jan. 11, 18, 25, & Feb. 12pm or 7pm CT

More Resources

Remote Work Wednesdays will feature experts in the telecommunications industry and business leaders discussing the opportunities for future remote work opportunities. There is no cost, but those interested are required to register in advance to receive links to the program.

View the news release for more information.

This article appeared in the Quarter 3 2023 NCRPC Newsletter and was updated October 27, 2023.