Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Vets Come for Free

I go about my day and often forget all about our military risking their lives to preserve freedom. I’m proud that our school is approved by the Vocational Rehabilitation Department to train our veteran’s for a career as a freight broker.

Veteran’s may qualify for 100% financial aid for our basic training course AND for our advanced course. Here’s a recent testimonial from a graduate of the advanced course taken after he’d completed the basic course:

I highly recommend the advanced course to all who want an inside, up-close view of the freight broker industry. Lance (instructor) took ownership of the course ensuring I obtained industry knowledge and experience on a higher level. Thanks for the newfound knowledge. Jesus A.

So if you are a vet here’s the info you need to consider a new career in the world of transportation. No matter the state of the economy freight brokers are needed to help move food and other goods across the nation so we all stay well fed and clothed.

You must have a counselor in order to qualify. Contact your counselor, give them our school number (S2133) then ask your counselor to contact school director Janis Roach at (817) 999-5398. Only Disabled Veterans and Vocational Rehabilitation counselors call this number.

This is the same process for all applicants wanting financial aid with either the Texas Workforce and Veterans Affairs Administration AND the Department of Rehabilitative Services.

Moving forward,

Jeff Roach

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