The Subway Scholarship Program helps Subway restaurant employees pay for their college, university, or vocational-technical school education.
Scholarship America manages the program, and it’s funded by The Frederick A. DeLuca Foundation.
At first, the program only served Subway employees in the United States. But it was later extended to Canada in 2011 and Australia in 2017.
Since the program started, it has granted scholarships to more than 10,000 Subway employees.
These scholarships have allowed employees to pursue various degrees and certificates, such as business, nursing, teaching, and engineering.
How is the Subway Scholarship funded?
The Frederick A. DeLuca Foundation funds the Subway Fresh Start Scholarship Program. This foundation is private and backs educational and charitable efforts.
Scholarship America manages the program.
It’s a nonprofit organization that aids students in reaching their educational objectives by providing scholarships, financial aid guidance, and additional support services.