Through a partnership with the California Student Aid Commission, Shasta College is excited to offer wage reimbursement to offset the cost of hiring a student. Most employers are eligible to participate.

Benefits of LAEP

The Learning Aligned Employment Program (LAEP):

  • Enhances the affordability of higher education
  • Promotes equity
  • Better aligns higher education with workforce needs
  • Bridges the gap between college and career
  • Brings fresh perspectives to the work environment
  • Builds a pipeline for new hires

Employer Eligibility

Non-profit employers are defined as tax-exempt organizations with the purpose to further a social cause or provide a public benefit. All non-profits qualify except those with a sectarian or political focus.

Up to 90% of compensation for positions with this type of employer.

Private sector employers are defined as organizations organized to generate a profit. All private sector employers qualify except those with a sectarian or political focus.

Up to 50% of compensation for positions with this type of employer.

Public education institutions are defined as public schools operated by school districts, county superintendents of schools, the Department of the Youth Authority, or the Department of Education. 

Up to 90% of compensation for positions with this type of employer. 

 

For questions, contact the LAEP campus coordinator:

Jenny Beckman

Administration Contact Info
Location Main Redding Campus | 2071 A
Degree Currently pursuing: Master of Business Administration, Western Governors University
Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences: Multidisciplinary Studies - Chico State University
Associate of Arts in History, Language Arts, and Social Sciences - Shasta College