Google’s Georgia program will pay some of its employees at least $300,000 to bring up to five family members to live in the state, according to an internal memo from the company.
The Google Georgia program was created in 2015 as a way to help Google employees get their family together and work on projects that benefit Georgia’s economy.
It also helped fund Google’s efforts to create a Georgia scholarship for college students, according the memo.
Google announced in January it was creating the program to boost the company’s efforts in the nation’s largest tech hub, and in January the company announced that more than 1,000 of its engineers will apply.
Google said in a statement at the time that the company has more than 50,000 employees in Georgia and is working on its own scholarship.
The company will pay up to $500,000 for a first-time employer to help its employees get a college education, according of the memo that was provided to Business Insider.
The company also said that it will reimburse any employee who has to leave a job due to family circumstances to attend college.
Google has previously set aside $1 million for scholarships to help people like Mr. Jones’ family in other states.
Google says it is the largest employer of college graduates in Georgia.
Google currently has more Google employees than other companies, and it says it plans to expand that number by more than 100,000 by the end of 2019.