Gov. Beshear and UPS Airline President Mitch Nichols (sitting), along with Representatives Larry Clark, Bob DeWeese, Linda Belcher, and a group of current and former Metro College participants. (Source: Jeff Wafford), UPS Public Relations)
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – A program utilized by many area students will be able to continue.
UPS offers part-time employees assistance with college tuition and book costs if they attend the University of Louisville or Jefferson Community and Technical College.
Thursday, Governor Steve Beshear joined leaders at UPS for a ceremonial signing of House Bill 246.
The bill is an extended tax credit to UPS which allows them to continue offering the program.
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