Starbucks Doubles College Tuition Reimbursement Plan

Starbucks announced that it will up it’s college reimbursement plan with Arizona State University (ASU) to four years instead of two. It will also offer faster reimbursement- every semester instead of every 21 credits earned.
The coffee chain will cover all costs of an online undergraduate Bachelor’s degree at ASU- a bill that could total as high as $60,000.
According to USA Today, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz said, “By giving our partners access to four years of full tuition coverage, we provide them with a critical tool for a lifelong opportunity. We’re stronger as a nation when everyone is afforded a pathway to success.”
The company says it will invest up to $250 million or more to help at least 25,000 employees graduate by 2025.
It’s time to send in that barista application.

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