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Starbucks and other companies that will reimburse tuition

Starbucks recently announced that it will pay for tuition for college Juniors and Seniors in their employ who wishes to take online classes at Arizona State University. There are no limitations. They can study anything, even if that means leaving their job for a higher paying one when they complete their degree. Freshmen and Sophomores can also apply for scholarships worth $6500 on average. That is a great incentive to attract more smart, hard working college students to work at Starbucks and will definately increase work morale.

Of course, not every college student wants to take online classes, and Starbucks probably won't be able to absorb all the new employees this announcement will send to its door. It is good to know that Starbucks isn't the only company that will pay for your education.

  • ADP will begin reimbursing college tuition after only 30 days of employment.
  • Aeropostale Inc has a tuition reimbursement program.
  • Ann Taylor (Loft, Ann Inc) provides tuition employment.
  • Apple tuition reimbursement $5000 to its workers.
  • Applied Materials has tuition reimbursement as part of its benefit package.
  • AT&T gives up to $52,050 for job related courses.
  • Bank of American participates in a tuition assistance program.
  • Barnes & Noble will give tuition assistance if you take a job-related course.
  • Boeing gives up to $3000
  • Best buy will pitch in $3500 for undergrads and $5250 for grad students.
  • Capital One doesn't just give out student loans, it pitches in on tuition for employees as well.
  • CarMax has a tuition assistance program for $800 per approved course with a cap at $2,500 a year.
  • Coca Cola offers tuition reimbursement and a renewable undergraduate scholarship for children of employees.
  • Chevron reimburses up to 75% of tuition.
  • Discover Card will reimburse employees for up to six classes a year.
  • Disney assists students to the tune of $700 per credit unit, plus books and some course materials.
  • ExxonMobil reimburses eligible tuition, fees, and books for courses that maintain or improve work skills.
  • FedEx provides tuition reimbursement for FedEx Express employees, among other benefits to part time employees.
  • Ford gives assistance up to $500 a year.
  • Gap provides up to $5000 in tuition reimbursement for related courses.
  • GE offers internships to qualified candidates as well as co-ops to four year college students who want tow irk more than 12 weeks while maintaining their college schedule.
  • Google will reimburse tuition up to $12,00 a year if the degree is relevant to the position and the student/employee receives a B or higher.
  • Home Depot covers up to $5000 for salaried associated and $3000 for full time workers to take related courses after 1 year of employment.
  • IBM will refund tuition for specified classes.
  • Intel reimburses all costs of Intel University.
  • Jm Smucker will reimburse 100% of tuition with no limit for company approved courses. It is believed that they will pay for a full college degree.
  • John Deere will give tuition assistance to part time employees typically in their sophomore through senior year.
  • JP Morgan Chase will help out it's top performance with tuition reimbursement.
  • Kohl's boast a generous tuition reimbursement program.
  • KFC offers tuition assistance to qualified employees, up to $5000 a year.
  • Lane Bryant has tuition reimbursement as part of its benefits package.
  • Lockheed Martin will pay back up to $75000 a year.
  • Lowe's offers full time regular employees tuition assistance after one years employment.
  • Macy's will give tuition assistance for executives with one year of service for approved degree programs.
  • McAfee will reimburse up to $5250 each year.
  • Nike will pay eligible expenses up to $5250 per year in tuition assistance.
  • Proctor & Gamble will pay back 80% of educational costs with a cap of $40,000
  • Raytheon offers up to $10,000 in assistance each year in employee reimbursement.
  • Siemens offers $55 per year for Bachelor and Masters degrees. They limit the employee to one degree.
  • Staples includes tuition reimbursement as part of its benefits package.
  • Target offers tuition reimbursement up to $5000 a year.
  • UPS offers titian assistance and employees can get a distance based diploma through Thomas Edison State College.
  • Verizon Wireless up to $8000 in tuition assistance to its employers.
  • Wells Fargo will pay up to $5000 for specific tuition expenses.

This is very likely only the tip of the iceberg where tuition reimbursement and assistance is concerned. Chances are, that if you work for any major company, a trip to human resources will reveal some kind of assistance for loyal employees to complete or further their education.

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