College Grad Who Refuses to Pay Back Her Loans Has Applied to 300 Jobs — and She's Still Unemployed

Student Loan Strike
APLatonya Suggs (third from left) poses with a group of former and current Corinthian College students refusing to pay back their student loans.

By Abby Jackson

Corinthian Colleges, a massive for-profit college network, is closing its remaining campuses, meaning 16,000 students have uncertain futures since they won't necessarily be able to transfer their credits to another school.

But the closure could ultimately help current students, according to an organizer with the Corinthian 100, a group of graduates who have asked the Department of Education to cancel their student loan debt.