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hello. New student intern here. Joined due to the new feeding your future program but HR cannot provide any details and the greatpeople site is not working. Anyone here have details of the program?  Minimum work hours, 6months on the job to qualify, payback requirem, etc. Thanks 



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Anonymous

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LOL, all the retarded obstacles you're facing just trying to look into it should be major warning signs for you biggrin



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Anonymous

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Its there. Go to Citrix, Explorer icon, benefits, tuition reimbursement, union/hourly, feed your future. All the forms 

are there. Submit the Agreement and App to your in store HR rep 30 or more days before starting classes. They must ageee fhat it will benefit you now or in the future for your position or future position at Kroger. You can request a $500 advance for books and registration. Post course you can get up to $3000 more per year if you pass or get a C or better. 

 

You have to work for Kroger for at least one year after completion or you owe them the reimbursement money back. There is a $21000 limit over a lifetime. 

Hope this helps. 



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Anonymous

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Thank you very much. Trying to offset the $200k to become a pharmacist.



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I never really knew why people became retail pharmacist? Yes, the $$$ is great, but you have to deal with all the other retail BS (weird shifts, staffing, cost management, customers, etc). The way its going eventually, the automated machines will do 100% of the dispensing/Central Fill and the Pharmacist will just be there to review and ring the customer out.

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This program actually works. Ask your store HR for an application. I got my money pretty quickly, but we have a good HR that knows how to submit all the paperwork. You will need to print paperwork that shows which school you are attending and stuff like your class schedule. 



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Any Associate with at least six months of service is eligible to receive:

- Upto $3,500 annually towards continuing education. 

- Upto $21,000 over the course of employment. 

You may use the money, including $500 up front, toward tuition, application fees, test preparation,  testing fees or books.

www.FeedYourFutureApplication.Kroger.com



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