The Education Fund is an HUCTW-Harvard negotiated program that helps with the cost of courses not eligible for reimbursement under the University’s Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) and Tuition Reimbursement Program (TRP). The Education Fund awards HUCTW members a 50% reimbursement for the cost of one course per semester. Courses and programs eligible for the Education Fund include things such as test prep courses, conferences and seminars, and continuing education classes at non-accredited institutions. The Education Fund will also help with the costs of non-Harvard courses eligible for TRP if you have used up your entire $5,250 annual TRP reimbursement maximum (this is sometimes called “tapping out”). Fitness courses (unless retrieving a teaching certification) and Harvard courses are not eligible for Education Fund assistance.
In my job I help 75 PhD students each year apply for NIH fellowships by giving seminars to groups of students wherein I go through the steps of how to construct an NIH application. 6 years ago I had the idea to educate students on how to construct NIH applications.See All