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Youth-Friendly Employers

Check out this list of employers that offer benefits to support your educational and career goals.

This list is not exhaustive but it's a great place to start. These companies offer benefits like tuition support, flexible scheduling, and leadership and training opportunities. To learn more about choosing an employer, check out these resources.

AT&T

Tuition assistance, paid time off, and paid professional development training programs. Age: 18+

Chick-fil-A

College scholarships, tuition discounts at certain universities, flexible scheduling, off every Sunday. Age: 16+

Gap, Inc.

Tuition reimbursement, community college program access, professional development training. Age: 16+

Home Depot

Flexible schedules, tuition assistance, scholarships, performance bonuses, and opportunities to grow. Age: 16 in some states. 18+ in most

Starbucks

Paid time off, flexible schedules, 100% tuition coverage for specific online bachelor degree programs from Arizona State University, career growth opportunities, commuter benefits. Age: 16+

T-Mobile

Fully paid tuition at 5 online universities (full-time employees only) and tuition assistance to other schools for part-time employees. Flexible schedules. Age: 18+

Taco Bell

GED certification, scholarships, free degrees through Guild Education. Age: 16+

Target

Education assistance, paid time off, flexible schedules, career growth opportunities. Age: 16+

UPS

Internships for high school and college students, flexible schedules, learn and earn tuition assistance (up to $5,250/yr). Age: 18+

Walmart

Tuition assistance, scholarships, professional development and career growth, flexible schedule. Age: 16+

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