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More Companies Are Providing Free Education For Their Employees

Over the last 18 months, several companies have rolled out programs to offer free, or nearly free college education for their employees and even contractors. Disney, McDonald’s, Walmart and Uber are some of the most recent companies to offer college education for their employees. This trend is expected to continue as more companies realize the value they obtain by providing this service.

Studies done by Starbucks, Cigna and Discover showed that employers get a significant return on each dollar invested in the education of their employees. That is in addition to the increased engagement, retention and upward mobility that employers are seeing from their employees as a result of these education programs. Tuition Assistance programs are actually nothing new. Nearly 70% of all major companies offer some form of tuition assistance, with the average amount of assistance provided hovering around $3500 per year. Currently the average employee tuition assistance participation rate is approximately 4% , but by making the increased investment into their employees, and covering up to 100% of the tuition costs, companies are seeing participation rates as high as 12%.

Fluid Education works closely with Fortune 1000 leaders to educate them on the benefits of expanding their tuition assistance programs and committing to the professional development of their employees. It is our mission to help more companies roll out these types of programs in the near future.

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agustina olivero

Marketing Specialist

Ms. Olivero implements and tracks marketing programs such as email, social media, or digital campaigns, and events. She manages CRM and Marketing Automation Software 

Ms. Olivero conducts market research, analyzes trends and develops marketing materials.

Agustina tumminello

Operations Manager 

Ms. Tumminello oversees operational activities at every level of our organization. She strategizes process improvements to ensure everyone completes their tasks on schedule.

alejandra pellegrini

Executive Assitant

Ms. Pellegrini assists Chad Williamson, provides administrative assistance and mantains records, She acts as the point of contact among executives, employees, clients and other external partners.

 

alexa flores

Client Relationship Specialist
Alexa Flores is the Client Relations Specialist at Fluid Education. She is responsible for engaging prospective and existing corporate and organizational partners and ensuring partnership success.

Prior to coming to Fluid Education, Ms. Flores was a successful collegiate softball athlete and 2-time All-American.

victoria migliore

Director of Operations
Ms. Migliore is a proven leader in HR, Training and Recruiting. She oversees the day to day operations and management of personnel at Fluid Education.

Ms. Migliore develops, implements, and monitors day-to-day operational systems and processes.

Sean-reed mcgee

Chief Operating Officer

Sean-Reed McGee has 25+ years of marketing and leadership expertise in the higher education industry. He has worked in the educational marketing arena with  multi-platform companies that reached 400,000+ prospective college students and their families monthly; providing information from hundreds of higher-ed institutions.

chad williamson

Chief Executive Officer & Founder

Chad Williamson is an expert in business development within the education industry. Mr. Williamson has more than 18 years of experience creating strategic alliances between corporations, organizations and higher education institutions resulting in long term success that benefits all parties. As one of the pioneers in educational business development, Mr. Williamson has been responsible for creating and/or enhancing the business pipeline channels of some of the largest education institutions in the nation.

Mr. Williamson is the founder of a small start-up, ESP Inc., that he built and led to over a million dollars in revenue within just a few years. Most recently Mr. Williamson was the Business Development Officer at Arizona State University EdPlus, where he created its business development division and led EdPlus to approximately $10 million per year in revenue in less than 2 years. Mr. Williamson worked closely with the leadership at The Rise Fund over a period of 14 months to help facilitate its partnership with ASU that led to the forming of InStride.