By Romrik Joshua Flores, Moroni Channel
Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Philippines
The church new Pathway program which offers online education for students will affect church's Perpetual Education Fund according to The Daily Universe.
The educational program which was first used in BYU Idaho is expanding to church owned universities and colleges according to news reports.
The program, Perpetual Education Fund (PEF) is a loan program introduced by President Gordon B. Hinkley to help members of the church receive education that can help them in the future.
According to a published article by The Daily Universe former BYU-Idaho President, Clark Gilbert, took the helm of the expanding Pathway program this month.
He said in a statement that both programs are different and separate but they work together.
“These are independent efforts that work in partnership,” said Gilbert. “We work with Self-Reliance Services all over the world to determine which academic programs have the best job placement opportunities in each of the areas of the church.”
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