Graduate Student Experiences with Employer-provided Educational Assistance


I recently published an overview of Employer-provided Educational Assistance in Tech Whirl -see: This included interviews with two graduate students in professional and technical writing at Northern Arizona University. The article demonstrates the values that such benefits have for students and businesses and it reports on reflections from two students regarding the impacts that employer tuition benefits have had on their lives and careers. Check it out!


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Hello, my name is Dr. Damian Koshnick. Over the past eight years, I have worked with hundreds of employed professionals and part-time graduate students from seven distinct professions (Small Business Administration, Community and Land/Use Planning, Health Sciences, Justice Studies, Professional Writing, Project Management, and Leadership) as they develop, research, write, edit, and place their professional proposals. I have a background as a professional writer and editor. And I have a Ph.D. from the University of California Santa Barbara where I studied how to teach writing and how to study the ways in which writing shapes disciplines and organizations (and vice versa).

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