Indiana McDonald's workers can learn on the job via 'crosswalk credits'

McDonald's and Indiana's Ivy Tech Community College announced Jan. 9 a partnership between 300 McDonald's restaurants and 18 of the school's campuses. Ivy Tech will make available "crosswalk credits" to McDonald's workers, providing them a way to learn on the job. This will allow them to earn a degree faster, according to the press release. Ivy Tech counselors will help McDonald's employees determine which trainings and experiences can count as credits. "This is the exact kind of forward-thinking partnership that enables Indiana to develop our skilled and ready workforce," Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb said in the release. "The combined strength of these two great entities will allow thousands of students to pursue their dreams and simultaneously help keep Indiana's economy moving full steam ahead.

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