Logistics students from Belmar, Maryland, are in for a treat when Amazon.com begins hiring.
The company announced Thursday that it will hire approximately 700 full-time and part-time students this fall for its Amazon Logistic Services degree program.
The company also announced that students will receive full compensation, a salary supplement and the ability to earn cash back on Amazon.
The announcement comes after Amazon said in October that it had hired 3,000 students for its Logistics Program.
The Amazon Logistix program provides a degree in Logistics that is designed to provide students with the skills and experience to become professionals in logistics.
Amazon has offered similar positions in the past, but these positions are being offered in a different location.
The university announced that it would be hiring its first full- and part time Amazon Logists in 2018.
The Logistics program at Belmar University is an accredited master’s degree program that prepares students for career in logistics or for employment in logistics services.
In addition to training for the jobs that Amazon provides, the students receive a stipend, a job-related allowance and a job application form.
Students can also receive financial aid through the college.
The online course has a maximum of 8 units, but students can also earn a maximum 2 units toward their degree by completing a specific course and working toward a specific degree goal.
Students must complete the course and complete the certification exam within 30 days of completing the course.
The certification exam is an online test that requires students to complete a series of questions designed to test their understanding of Amazon’s fulfillment and delivery processes.
Amazon will be hiring approximately 700 students this Fall, according to Amazon.
The job offers start in early 2019.