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WELCOME

You've taken the first step in committing to hire our veterans.

HIRING RESOURCES

Make finding, training, and licensing quality employees easier with these detailed, interactive databases.

APPRENTICESHIP

Partner with educational institutions to establish your own Registered Apprenticeship program for government funding and veterans’ benefits.

OTHER GUIDES

Here are tips for hiring as well as maintaining a productive and positive environment for veterans in the workplace.



ATA joined with the US Chamber of Commerce Foundation's Hiring Our Heroes Program, making a commitment on behalf of the trucking industry to hire 100,000 veterans into our industry by the end of 2016.


On this page, you will find information about starting a veterans recruiting program as well as a form to officially make your veterans hiring commitment.




Click here to view the Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration's apprenticeship toolkit for employers.


For specific helpful information, please refer to these sections:


-Benefits of the RA Program
-A Cooperative Undertaking
-Creating an RA Program
-Make it Official
-Additional Information


Making the Commitment

Making the Commitment

Thank you for supporting the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Hiring Our Heroes Foundation Trucking Track Program, hosted by FASTPORT. Your leadership in veteran hiring initiatives will help support thousands of transitioning veterans as they enter the trucking industry. To get started, please click the "Make Commitment and Post Jobs" button below. There, you will complete the following steps:

1. Join the "Hiring Our Heroes Trucking Track Program" by creating an account with our partner FASTPORT. This enables you to make your commitment and post your jobs.

2. Make your veteran hiring commitment with our partner Hiring Our Heroes. You will then receive your "We Committed" badge which you can show on your website and marketing collateral.

3. Post your jobs to the Hiring Our Heroes Trucking Track Program, hosted by FASTPORT, and made possible by support of ATA and its members.