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Tuition reimbursement...lets start naming names

December 16th, 2009 at 07:25 pm

I am currently doing research at work and recently found out that Marriott Hotels and Publix supermarkets offer tuition reimbursement for all employees.

At Publix you only need to work over 10 hrs a week!

I am passing this along because I read about posters going back to school, or kids currently attending school and want to remind everyone that this could be a money saving way to attend college. Most kids in college have a part time job- might as well do some research and get some tuition reimbursement!

I also noticed that Delta Airlines, Home Depot, UPS and some banks also offer assistance.

If anyone else knows of companies offering tuition reimbursement, post the info here. (Include the companies city/state for easy reference.) This could be a good resource for parents or college kids.

4 Responses to “Tuition reimbursement...lets start naming names”

  1. mom-from-missouri Says:

    Sprint, Embarq, Bayer, Lowes, Dollar General, most banks--I think about all major companies offer it.

  2. DeniseNTexas Says:

    Dollar General? I worked for them for three years and was never told that nor did I see it in any of the literature. Perhaps they've progressed some. Wink

  3. baselle Says:

    Sometimes non-profits (mine does...and I'll come clean, I work for United Way) do, and often if you are working for a specific college, they offer reimbursement for the employee and for the children of employee for that college.

  4. gamecock43 Says:

    Delta Airlines
    Turner broadcasting (Atlanta)
    Best Buy (workers over 32 hr week)
    Wells Fargo
    Bank of America

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