Why should I donate
to the Robert DuHamel Vocational Academy (Vocademy)?
A similar course at a brick-and-mortar school would cost
thousands of dollars. Student loans could put you in debt for many
years. Your generous donations make education free at Vocademy.
administrators: consider the cost of buying or
licensing such materials from other sources.
Vocademy has a
small staff and no
brick-and-mortar campus. This keeps our expenses low
and makes it possible to bring you free education and free curriculum relying almost entirely
on free-will donations. Here are ways you can help keep education free at
Make a monthly
pledge at Patreon
$1.00 per month - get free vocational education and make a big
difference for only $12.00 per year.
$3.00 per month or
more - get exclusive previews of our videos.
month or more - get access to works in progress and other perks.
$10.00 per month or more - get a link to your family-friendly
website or YouTube channel on our Hall of Contributors page.
$25.00 per month or more - get a link with your logo to your
family-friendly website or YouTube channel on our Hall of
Advertise at Vocademy
We have reserved space for banner ads at the top of our textbook
pages. We intend to
provide this space to companies that donate to Vocademy at Patreon. We have not yet set the required donation level at
Patreon because we need more flexibility than Patreon
allows*. Vocademy's user base is growing and we need to adapt
to this growth. For more information, please contact us at:
* Patreon does not allow changing reward
levels once set. This policy is in place to avoid confusion. This a good thing, but we need more
flexibility at this time.
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to Vocademy from Your Website or Blog
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big help to Vocademy for free.
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