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Starbucks Offers Employees University Aid

Starbucks is giving employees the opportunity to earn college degrees online via ASU with no obligation for continued employment after they graduate.
Starbucks Offers Employees University Aid

Via AFP:

Starbucks has announced that it will introduce a university education aid plan for its employees in a reflection of the skyrocketing cost of higher education in the United States.

The global chain of coffee shops said its full- and part-time US-based employees will be eligible for aid to complete a bachelor's degree with Arizona State University (ASU), one of the country's most active in providing on-line college degrees.

Nearly 70 percent of Starbucks US employees are college students or young people who want to go to college.

It said that nearly half of Americans who begin college ...

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