Schneider National Launches $6,000 Tuition Reimbursement Program

July 17, 2012

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Schneider National is making it easier for students to turn a dream into reality by offering $6,000 for tuition reimbursement to qualified driving school graduates. The program will cover the full cost of many truck-driving schools to give drivers a leg up as they enter the industry.

"Schneider National's tuition reimbursement program helps students overcome a big hurdle in starting a driving career - the cost of attending an accredited truck driving school," says Mike Hinz, Schneider vice president. "Safety - the heart of our core values and the cornerstone of our commitment to drivers - starts with proper professional training."

To qualify for the tuition reimbursement program, drivers must be hired by Schneider National within 60 days of graduation. Reimbursement payments of $150 are made monthly, up to $6,000 total. Truck driving school curriculum focuses on developing the foundational skills necessary to earn a CDL and is typically completed in four to eight weeks.

In addition to the Tuition Reimbursement Program, Schneider offers current and former military members a VA-approved Apprenticeship Program. The program pays up to $1,069 per month in a new driver's first year, in addition to Schneider paychecks.

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  1. 1. Clinton Williams [ March 17, 2014 @ 09:19AM ]

    Schneider National is making it easier for truck drivers to get training. Their program makes paying for school a little easier on the individual. This is a good idea, it's like a win win.


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