Companies That Help Pay Your College Tuition
There’s been a lot of talk about corporate college tuition reimbursement lately. What is it? Essentially, it’s when the company you work for helps you pay for college.
There are a lot of reasons you should have a part-time job during high school and college. You’ll earn spending money. You’ll save a little. You’ll make great contacts and friends. You may build a great relationship with your manager and be able to ask him or her for a recommendation letter in the future. But you also may have the opportunity to receive tuition assistance, which could save you thousands of dollars.
More and more companies are announcing they'll help pay employees' college tuition. Here are just a few of the brands that make higher education more accessible – and some don’t even require you to work full time.
Like working with electronics? You may be surprised to know a job at Best Buy can not only let you work with the latest gadgets but also help you pay for college.
The clothing chain offers its employees some tuition reimbursement as a perk.
Get hired on at this home improvement chain and get access to tuition reimbursement on courses related to the business.
The office supply chain has a scholarship program that helps prospective college students afford higher education.
The coffee giant made waves recently by announcing it would expand its tuition program and give thousands of employees the chance to get a bachelor’s degree.
Target provides tuition reimbursement for employees who take job-related classes at accredited schools.
Like Starbucks, UPS is known for providing workers with tuition assistance. Its program actually started back in the 1990s, meaning thousands of people have benefitted from it over the years!
Whether you’re pursuing a bachelor’s, master’s or a certificate, Verizon has a generous program to help students pay for school.
Potential pharmacists working at Walgreens are eligible for a tuition assistance program to help them cover the cost of school.
Even if you aren’t working at one of these brands, there are other employers out there that offer to help with tuition. But even if you’re unable to get reimbursed for school, you still have options. Check out our scholarships page to see if you qualify for any programs to help you pay for college!