Tuition program puts new spin on incentive

PRIME OPPORTUNITY: Amy Kacerik, dean of enrollment management at the Community College of Rhode Island, says few Amazon.com Inc. employees have enrolled using the tuition program called Career Choice, but that may change when the Amazon warehouse opens in Johnston next year, which will employ 1,500 people. 
PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM
PRIME OPPORTUNITY: Amy Kacerik, dean of enrollment management at the Community College of Rhode Island, says few Amazon.com Inc. employees have enrolled using the tuition program called Career Choice, but that may change when the Amazon warehouse opens in Johnston next year, which will employ 1,500 people. 
PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM
Cecilia Guante didn’t plan on stopping her schooling after she finished her associate degree. But she ran out of money and had to shelve her dream to earn a bachelor’s degree in engineering. “My loans were getting too big, and I don’t like owing money,” Guante said. Fast forward six years and the Cranston resident…

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