Individuals seeking to pursue a degree from a higher education institution after graduating from IYRS can choose to transfer credits through IYRS’ articulation agreements with area colleges and universities. With the agreement, graduates may be able to transfer credits in to earn elective credits at Salve Regina University (Newport, RI), Roger Williams University (Bristol, RI), or Community College of Rhode Island (multiple Rhode Island locations).

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Tuition Reimbursement Program with The Hinckley Company

The Hinckley Company and IYRS School of Technology & Trades are proud to partner on a tuition reimbursement program for IYRS graduates employed by Hinckley.

The Hinckley Company is driven to innovate through elegant form and material innovation. Founded in 1928, Hinckley was the earliest of designers to use fiberglass to craft stunning lines for the Bermuda 40. Today, with yards from Maine to Florida, Hinckley offers a legendary Hinckley service experience and continues to experiment in performance materials. Like IYRS, the commitment to craftsmanship, performance, and design is central to Hinckley’s operating model. It makes perfect sense for IYRS School of Technology & Trades graduates to carry their IYRS learning experience into a Hinckley career where creative solutions and stem-to-stern craftsmanship are prized.

Eligibility for tuition reimbursement is limited to full-time employees who have successfully completed an IYRS School of Technology & Trades certification program. Eligible Hinckley employees should coordinate tuition reimbursement with the Director of Human Resources.

To learn more about the Hinckley tuition reimbursement program contact Donna McGinn, Director of Human Resources at The Hinckley Company.

More About the Hinckley Company:
Hinckley has reached what many call icon status: the familiar line and the handcrafted detail are the signature of the Maine boatbuilder which has plied its trade since 1928. Its founder, Henry Hinckley, set the company’s course firmly in the 1950s when he launched the Bermuda 40, a “gentleman’s racer.” Built of then radically-new fiberglass, the combination of elegant form, material innovation and consummate attention to finishing detail has been Hinckley’s heading ever since. Today, Hinckley builds premium powerboats from 29 to 55 feet and sailboats 42 to 50 feet. It also operates boatyards from Maine to Florida and owns Hunt Yachts. Hinckley owners enjoy a unique ownership experience augmented by the service program, extensive training, and lifelong support. Visit