Your Military Experience Is Your Career Foundation

Veterans are hard-wired to succeed in transportation because they are already a part of the largest and most complex supply chains in the world—the U.S. military. An apprenticeship allows you to translate that incredible foundation into a civilian career by taking advantage of on-the-job paid training with industry leaders.


GIs in Apprenticeships

If you are eligible for GI Bill benefits, you may use those benefits while you are training in an apprenticeship program. Eligible Veterans pursuing training under an apprenticeship program will receive a monthly housing allowance (MHA) in addition to their apprenticeship wages. Remember that all Registered Apprenticeships are paid jobs. As your skills increase, so will your salary. That increasing salary in combination with your GI Bill payments give you a great foundation to use this training time to become a true expert in your chosen profession.


Steps to Get Started

Here are three steps to starting an apprenticeship in the Transportation & Logistics Sector. Don’t feel like you have to take them in order; they are meant to be more like guidelines.

First, review stories about those who have successfully transitioned into an apprenticeship in the Transportation & Logistics industry. Click on the button below to view success stories.

Second, review related instruction providers (RTI) who can help you get the necessary pre-apprenticeship certifications you need before beginning your paid training. Click on the button below to learn more.

Third, research employers who offer DOL-approved national standards to find an apprenticeship that will fit you best. Click on the button below to read more about each of these great employers.