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5 Reasons to Drive Schneider National after Truck Driving School

5 Reasons to Drive Schneider National after Truck Driving School

Schneider National JobsYou won’t find another trucking company with the training, support, stability and options that Schneider National has for recent truck driving school graduates.

Tuition reimbursement

Join Schneider within 60 days of graduation to qualify for up to $6,000 in tuition reimbursement.

Continual training

Schneider builds on your truck driving school training to make sure you are prepared, safe and comfortable before you hit the road.

More options

Recent graduates can choose from a variety of driving options at Schneider —  Regional, Dedicated, Over-the-Road, Tanker or Team.

Pay and benefits

Schneider offers some of the best pay and benefits in the industry for recent truck driving school graduates.

Military Apprenticeship Program

As a current or former military member, you can earn an additional $1,275 a month in VA benefits during your first year with Schneider.

 

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