Nov 2, 2017
Several members of our military come out of the service and face a very critical decision when deciding what they will do for the rest of their career. While their options are quite numerous, many veterans choose to go into the trucking industry.
What is Driving Military Veterans to the Trucking Industry?
Many trucking companies, are proud to support both Active and Retired Military Members. Both companies and schools help Veterans receive the training they need to begin their new career in trucking. Georgia Driving Academy is no exception and is proud to participate in Military Veteran Programs.
GDA is honored to say we fully participate in Veteran Tuition Assistance Programs. These programs provide financial assistance to both Active and Retired Military men and women. By training in high-demand fields, Veterans can have a quality job after returning home from their years of service. These grant programs help train and place Military Veterans in high-quality jobs that offer both benefits and competitive pay.
Military grants help not only those who have served, but also their spouse and families. In return, these individuals can now have a quality career and make the money needed to live comfortably with their their families.
Georgia Driving Academy is proud to participate in: Chapter 33 – Post 9/11 GI Bill, Chapter 30 – Montgomery GI Bill (MGIB), Chapter 35 – Survivors and Dependents Assistance Program (DEA), Military Spouse Career Advance Accounts (MyCAA).
Contact us today for more information about Veteran Assistance Programs offered to our Active Military Personnel and Veterans. GDA offers both Class A and Class B CDL Training in Conyers and Columbus, GA. Students can also choose to take their first three weeks of training, online!