/ Asked by Jordan
Do companies typically offer higher education to employees? How can I search for that or find out if it is offered? I am finishing my AA (I am 22) but am trying to not get into major debt and have heard that if you can commit to an employer that sometimes they will help with college with a degree that makes sense for their company. I don't mind doing college at night over a few years. Thanks
Answered by Sylvia, Hiring Expert at HP Enterprise, on Friday, April 5, 2019
I love that you are thinking ahead and not trying to have a mountain of debt! Yes, some companies offer tuition reimbursement and some offer tuition debt repayment plans. The latter is to help pay down debt you have accrued.
You should ask your benefits or HR team regarding the types of programs they offer and the eligibility requirements. Some companies have a benefits portal in the intranet which some additional details.

Best of luck in your future studies. 
Answered by Xavier, Hiring Expert at Worthington Industries, on Wednesday, May 8, 2019
Yes there are many companies that will assist in your continued education.  It often has to be specific to a skill set that will enrich your career within the organization.  When discussing benefits during the interview process this would be a great question to ask. 
Answered by Roohi, Hiring Expert at HP Inc., on Monday, May 20, 2019
This is a great question and one that plays a factor in university students accepting full-time jobs. It is great you're already thinking about this and being financially conscious! I would recommend as you attend career fairs and are searching for a full-time job to ask the companies you speak with what they're benefits are like for student debt repayment and future degree financial support programs. Something else I recommend is for you to check in with your career counselors at your school to see what options you have available to apply for scholarships to assist you in finishing your degree. 
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