Strip club offers to pay college tuition for dancers

In this Aug. 16, 2012 photo, an entertainer performs at the "Mons Venus" adult club in Tampa, Fla. The club _ located less than 6 miles from where the Republicans will gather to nominate former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney as their presidential candidate _ was opened 30 years ago by Joe Redner, who almost single-handedly made Tampa's adult entertainment world famous. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)

August 30, 2012 12:00:00 AM PDT
A strip club in Canada is using education to entice new employees.

"Leopard's Lounge" in Windsor, Canada is offering to pay college tuition for women willing to become dancers.

Management at the lounge say recent changes to the immigration laws in Canada have left a huge void.

Students who work at the club are eligible for up to $1,700.00 in tuition for full-time or part-time classes in the area colleges, providing they maintain a "B" average.

While some are upset about the targeting of college students, others say it's a personal decision and a good incentive for exotic dancers to go to school.