Working for hospitals pay nursing expenses? - page 3

A classmate of mine told me that if one worked at a hospita, that hospital would reimburse nursing tuition. Is this true? if so, how does one get into it without being an RN first?... Read More

  1. by   narcissistic
    Quote from lmm1019
    No, I am actually an administrative assistant for one of the marketing teams there, but they will pay for any employee to further their career, so it worked out great for me!!
    My friend told me even if one was just a janitor in the hospital, they'd still pay for ya. Is that true?
  2. by   LMRN10
    Quote from narcissistic
    My friend told me even if one was just a janitor in the hospital, they'd still pay for ya. Is that true?
    I would certainly think that is true. I don't think it matters what your position is at a company. If they offer tuition reimbursement, you get it. At least that is how it's been for any company I've worked for!! Although this is the first company that offers 100% reimbursement.
  3. by   Irishowl
    The hospital I work at offers $2,000 a year reimbursment for any type of classes. If you are taking classes that lead to a degree for a hard to hire position then they will reimburse $5,000 a year if you make a commitment to work for them after you graduate. I think for every $5,000 they reimburse you have to commit to a year.
  4. by   narcissistic
    Quote from Irishowl
    The hospital I work at offers $2,000 a year reimbursment for any type of classes. If you are taking classes that lead to a degree for a hard to hire position then they will reimburse $5,000 a year if you make a commitment to work for them after you graduate. I think for every $5,000 they reimburse you have to commit to a year.
    So they dpn't take into account your current finacial situation like FAFSA, so long as you promise them a certain amount of years of service?

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