Benefits Service Center:

Employee Programs

Introduction

Marathon Petroleum offers financial support through several programs. Whether you or your family are adopting a child, pursuing a higher education, making a contribution to a college or university or volunteering at a nonprofit organization, we encourage and want to help you achieve those goals.

Adoption Assistance

Are you considering adopting a child? Marathon Petroleum helps you pay for qualifying adoption expenses up to $7,500 per adoption, with a lifetime maximum of $15,000. There is no limit on the number of adoptions.

If you are considering adoption and have questions, contact the Benefits Service Center at 1-888-421-2199.

Adoption Assistance Resources

Educational Reimbursement

The Educational Reimbursement Plan offers financial assistance for two types of education-related expenses: 1) tuition for courses under an approved degree program or single courses outside a degree program, and 2) Certification and Licensing (C&L) assistance for an approved licensing or professional certification program.

Upon successful completion of an approved course, the Company will reimburse eligible expenses, including tuition, required fees and textbooks, subject to a maximum reimbursement of $5,250 for an undergraduate program or $9,000 for a graduate program.

Educational Reimbursement Resources

Giving and Volunteering

The Matching Gift and Volunteer Incentive Programs are transitioning to a new service provider effective August 1, 2019. As part of the transition, the program will be suspended on June 30, 2019 and Easy Match will no longer accept or process requests on behalf of Marathon Petroleum. You can still view your volunteering and giving history for the status of any prior requests, but no new requests will be processed. You will be able to submit outstanding requests beginning August 1, 2019, through the new provider.

Through our Matching Gifts Program and Volunteer Incentive Program, Marathon Petroleum encourages your efforts to support higher education and give back to the communities in which you live and work.

Note: Legacy Andeavor employees will not have access to submit requests under the Matching Gifts Program or the Volunteer Incentive Program until the programs have been integrated, which is expected to occur in the second half of 2019. When access becomes available, eligible requests, including those since January 1, 2019, can be recorded and submitted through the new process, which will be communicated accordingly.

Matching Gifts Program

The Matching Gifts Program offers you a way to double your contributions to a qualified institute of higher education. The plan provides a dollar-for-dollar match for gifts of at least $50 up to a maximum of $10,000 per person per calendar year.

Volunteer Incentive Program

We offer the Volunteer Incentive Program (VIP) to encourage and support community involvement. When you and/or your spouse perform a minimum of 24 hours of volunteer service during a calendar year at an eligible organization, you may apply for a volunteerism grant of $500. The maximum total annual grant per couple is $1,000. Volunteer service includes activities that benefit the general community, such as committee work, fundraising, tutoring, mentoring or neighborhood revitalization.

Scholars Program

Through the Scholars Program, Marathon Petroleum offers scholarships to a limited number of high school students who are children of MPC employees. Applicants must be high school seniors with a minimum 3.0 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) who plan to enroll in a full-time undergraduate program at an accredited four-year college or university. Scholarships are also available for children who will attend a two-year college or vocational-technical school if the student states an intention to continue elsewhere to earn a bachelor degree or its equivalent.

Two types of scholarships are awarded:

  1. From $1,000-$2,500 annually, based on financial need, with merit as a consideration. These awards may be renewed for up to three years with continued demonstration of financial need and satisfactory academic performance.
  2. One-time non-renewable awards of $2,500, based on merit only (scholastic achievement, test scores and high school and community involvement).

Scholars Program Resources