How Tuition Reimbursement Works
Most of the carriers that we work with offer up to 100% tuition reimbursement to new truck drivers. Tuition reimbursement is typically broken down over a series of monthly payments. The amount of reimbursement is distributed over time to make sure drivers are serious about working for their new company.
Tuition reimbursement is typically broken down over a series of monthly payments. The amount of the reimbursement is distributed over time to make sure drivers are serious about working for their new company. In most cases, the carrier will deduct the tuition reimbursement directly from your check so that you don’t have to worry about it.
Job Placement Assistance
Roadmaster’s Job Placement assistance works alongside students and teaches them essential skills when applying for trucking jobs. Trainees can select from a variety of major carriers to find a job that best fits their lifestyle and preferred benefits. Job Placement begins on day one and is a resource that can be used by all Roadmaster graduates anytime in the future!
At Roadmaster, we work with many major carriers across the country to ensure that our trainees are able to choose from a variety of opportunities. As a free-choice school, Roadmaster guides trainees through the process of applying to carriers that fit their lifestyle or tuition reimbursement preferences. Roadmaster trainees are free to choose their own path as professional truck drivers!
It’s a good idea to consider the amount of tuition reimbursement a carrier offers when choosing your future employer. Some of our partner carriers offer up to 100% tuition reimbursement to new hires. The reimbursement amount varies from carrier to carrier and should be carefully looked at when choosing who you want to work for. Roadmaster staff is there help you locate information and make the best decisions as you look through your job opportunities.