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Student Loan Assistance can help you bring college-educated talent to your community
Remote work is on the rise in the U.S., granting workers the ability to live and work from wherever. As more workers consider relocating to rural and suburban areas, now is the time to make your community a destination of choice by offering Student Loan Assistance.

Implementing a Student Loan Assistance program helps incentivize college-educated workers to move to your area and encourages college grads to return home after completing their degrees. The result is more families staying together, increased economic growth, and greater sustainability for the community and its residents.

During this webcast, you will learn about:

- How Student Loan Assistance helps Clinton County, Iowa attract college-educated workers to the area

- How student debt affects America’s workforce and how communities can help borrowers fight it with Student Loan Assistance

- How Student Loan Assistance can help bring great people to your community

- How Student Loan Repayment can now be offered Tax-Free

Aug 13, 2020 11:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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David Aronson
CEO @Peanut Butter
David Aronson is CEO of Peanut Butter. Aronson has previously founded six businesses as entrepreneur or intrapreneur. He has served as Senior Director of Business Development at Sears Holdings, and Director of Corporate Development at Gevity, an HR-outsourcing firm. He has 20 years of experience, including business development, B2B sales, HR outsourcing, new products, sales ops, and M&A. Aronson has spoken on student loans at the HR Executives Benefits Leadership Conference, LIMRA’s Worksite Benefits Conference, EBN’s Benefits Forum, Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) events, and on Capitol Hill. He can also be found in interviews with the Washington Post, Forbes, and Inc. He holds an MBA in Entrepreneurship & Innovation from the J.L. Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and a BSBA in Finance from Valparaiso University.