What trades pay you to go to school?

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What trades pay you to go to school?

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Many different trades and careers have options for tuition reimbursement or financial aid. Tuition reimbursements means that an organization will repay you the money you spent on tuition, usually in exchange for you agreeing to work for them for a specified amount of time, often a few years.

One such program is Track to the Trades, run by the store Lowe's, which will help cover tuition for education in trades such as HVAC repair, appliance repair, construction, and plumbing. Other programs may require you to have a job in the field, or to be a member of a union or trade organization, such as the Mechanical Contractor's Association of New York.

In addition to trades, many corporations and companies will reimburse employee's tuition. The first step to securing funding for your trade school education would be to reach out to your employer, or the local trade union for the field you are interested in.

For more information on trade or vocational school, check out this article: Vocational Schools.

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