Employer paying for school?

  1. Hi all - I'm wondering if there are hospitals (particularly Allina and North Memorial) that will pay for your schooling if you work for them as a CNA. If they will, do you know if they require a minimum number of hours that you have to work in order for them to pay?

    Also, does anyone know how to get a flexible position as a CNA? Work like 16 hours a week??? I always see postings for 60 hours every 2 weeks but that is way too much for me right now...

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  3. by   casi
    According to Allina's benefits page they offer tuition reimbursement. They don't say how many hours you must work, but rumor has it that you have to work 4-5 days a pay period to get benefits. I believe most of the hospitals have some form of tuition reimbursement. Most of them list it under their benefits on their webpages.

    In order to get a job with lesser hours I'd call HR and talk to them. They'd have a better idea of what they have available.