Get your company to pay for tuition, even for non-technical jobs

By Chevas Balloun

Last Updated: June 6th 2024

Nucamp Coding Bootcamp Tuition Assistance Program. Your Employer may cover the cost of your training

Get Your Tuition Paid By Your Employer Without Having To Talk To Them Yourself, Even If Your Role Doesn't Relate To Coding

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We’ll do all the talking so you don’t have to

You might be asking yourself: "Why would my company pay for my tuition at Nucamp when my role doesn’t relate to web development or coding?"

Good question, let me tell you a few reasons, then I have a question for you.

First, many companies have Tuition Assistance Programs as part of the benefits they offer to their employees. With a Tuition Assistance Program, an employee can take training and/or courses to improve their skills and their employer will cover the cost.

If an employee does take advantage of the program, then the company gets to write off the cost on their taxes, up to $5,250 per employee, per year. So, there’s a financial incentive for them to offer one of these programs.

Second, LinkedIn did a study that showed an employee will stay longer at a company that invests in their career and their learning.

It costs a company a lot of money to hire replacements AND it's proven that a well-trained workforce reduces their costs.

PLUS, an employee is more productive and more satisfied in their positions when they have been trained.

So, it’s in your company’s best interest to invest in you.

"But my job isn’t about coding," you're still thinking, right?

Here’s the deal.

Coding is emerging as the new essential skill. Maybe not for "literally" everyone, but it’s not something that can be ignored because the business landscape is changing.

What do I mean?

Let’s say you're in customer support. Knowing how to read and write code will enable you to resolve customer issues quicker, especially if customers are using a website to interact with your company.

But also, customer support roles will eventually require a level of technical understanding that previously would have been unnecessary. That's what's happening with the Digital Transformation of business.

Marketers will need to know how to code. Designers will need to know how to code. Sales will need to know how to code. Retail workers, factory workers, and service workers are all interacting with software like website and mobile apps more and more, and it’s only going to increase.

Employers need software engineers more than ever.

"We've run out of ways to describe how much the demand for software engineers is increasing."
—'s 2022 State of Software Engineers Report.

So the bottom line is that learning to code empowers you with technical skills that helps you deliver better results for your employer. This makes you more valuable in the long run.

And our coding bootcamps can help you stay current and relevant in this rapidly changing digital economy.

I said I had a question for you, too. Remember?

Here it is: Do you want to learn web development skills that will make you more valuable to your employer and open up more advancement opportunities for you?

If you said yes, then let me explain how we can help you get your employer to cover your tuition.

There are two ways we can go about it.

Number one: If you already know that your company offers tuition assistance, then this should be a no brainer for your employer to accept.

We’ll generate an invoice for the bootcamp you want to take. We’ll give it to you, and then you can send it directly to your employer’s tuition assistance team or HR department to handle it.

Or two: If you’re not sure if your employer offers tuition assistance, then just provide us with a contact in your organization. We’ll connect with them ourselves to work out the details.

AND if they sponsor 2 or more employees, we’ll offer them a discount.

Below is a list of companies. If you work for any one of them, click the link below for more information on their tuition reimbursement options for coding bootcamps.

If your employer is not on the list, just let us know who to contact within your company. We’ll take it from there and keep you posted.

Sound good?

Just contact and ask about getting our help with Tuition Assistance from your employer.

One last thing: Despite what we found below, you should still check with your employer for more details to ensure you are eligible.

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And learn about Nucamp's Coding Bootcamps and why aspiring developers choose us.

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Companies who offer tuition assistance or tuition reimbursement benefits

Alaska Airlines offers a tuition reimbursement program. Employees are reimbursed after completing their education through the internal P-card system.

Apple will reimburse employees for certain educational expenses, including tuition.

Amazon's Career Choice program offer employees opportunities to advance their technical skills.

AT&T's Horizons training program will pay for qualified training for employees.

Bank of America offers $7,500 worth of tuition assistance per employee per year, which can be used towards professional certifications or degrees.

AT&T's helps employees enhance their skills — and learn new ones — at hundreds of accredited colleges and universities.

Capital One the Educational Assistance program allows all full-time or part-time associates to get reimbursed up to $5,250 per year by Capital One.

Chick-Fil-A In addition to scholarships, Chick-fil-A offers tuition discounts and grants to our Team Members that can be applied to more than 100 colleges and universities through a partnership with Scholarship America.

City of Seattle offers Employee Assistance Programs including tuition assistance.

Delta Airlines Recognizing that Delta College should encourage employees to develop professionally, an annual professional development allowance (PDA) is available for each faculty, full-time A/P and full-time support staff employee.

FedEx employees are eligible for tuition reimbursement of up to $1,500 per year.

Gap Inc. invests in education for employees with innovative training as well as a tuition reimbursement benefit.

Google offers educational reimbursement for their employees and a student loan repayment plan.

Home Depot has options for continuing education and tuition reimbursement up to $5000 per year.

JP Morgan Chase offers up to $7,500/year for other master's degrees, certificates and bootcamps.

Kaiser Permanente encourages learning, providing employees up to $3,000 each year for completing courses to continue their education, get a certificate or earn a degree.

Microsoft employees can continue learning and receive financial assistance for tuition expenses when coursework, taken at a regionally accredited institution for college credit relates to the business of Microsoft.

Publix offers its employees up to $2200 per year in tuition reimbursement for technical programs.

Salesforce The Education Reimbursement Program will reimburse up to $5,250 each calendar year to keep learning and chasing your goals.

UPS employees can receive up to $5250 in tuition assistance each calendar year.

USPS offers education loans to cover tuition, books, fees and other education-related expenses.


Chevas Balloun

Director of Marketing & Brand

Chevas has spent over 15 years inventing brands, designing interfaces, and driving engagement for companies like Microsoft. He is a practiced writer, a productivity app inventor, board game designer, and has a builder-mentality drives entrepreneurship.