You’ve served your country proudly. Your next step should be the start of an exciting new journey. Swift recognizes your service and want you to join our force. You’ll get the financial security you deserve, with comprehensive training from a team of strong, dedicated leaders. At Swift, Veterans, their spouse, and a dependent can receive a full scholarship to the Swift Academy. In addition to our Veteran Class A CDL Training at the Swift Academy, we have truck driving job opportunities that can be obtained through our nationally approved Military Apprenticeship Program. Give us a call to learn more about our Veterans CDL training and truck driving jobs today!
Disability, Life, Accident and Critical Illness Coverage
Stock Purchase Program
Medical, Dental & Vision plans
Prescription Drug Plans
Accounts Offering Transition Pay:
- Refrigerated Northern NV Regional (Up To $3k)
- Dry Van Southern CA Regional
(Up To $2k)
- Dry Van Plainfield, IN
(Up To $2k)
- Dry Van Houston, TX
- Dry Van Marietta, OK
- Heavy Haul WA, OR, ID
- Dry Van SLC, Denver and WI
- Dry Van TEAMS East Point, GA
- Refrigerated TEAMS Lake City, FL
As an experienced CDL-A Driver, you want the rewards of a successful career. Swift delivers more miles, more loads and more pathways to expand your career than any other carrier. We offer various hauls. Choose the one that fits you best!
Swift partners with some of the industry’s top manufacturers, using newer model Freightliner and Volvo tractors – 92% of which are less than five years old.
Swift partners with Corporate America Supports You (CASY), to help those transitioning out of the military begin a new career path with Swift.
Drivers can now bring man’s best friend on the road with them. Dogs must be under 40 pounds, non-aggressive and have proof of proper vaccinations.
Swift is nationally approved for the Military Apprenticeship Program. If you have these benefits, which include the GI Bill, use them to your advantage and get paid on the job CDL training.
Living on the road is not easy, but it's rewarding. You get to go everywhere, you get to know people, you learn about safety, and have lots of unique experiences."
I've been at Swift for a year. When my dad started driving, I told them I wanted to team with my dad and train him. They said yes, and it turned out perfect. Now I'm on the road with my father and it's great!"
It's just like a family; sometimes there's issues, but they get solved. At the end of the day, you have a place to call home. I am really happy here. "
Yes! We offer a full-ride tuition scholarship to our academy if you were discharged with a Honorable or Under Honorable Conditions. This has now been extended to a Veteran spouse and dependent as well!
If you meet the eligibility requirements for the Swift Academy Veteran's Scholarship, yes! A spouse or a dependent may take advantage of this offering.
You will not be paid during your time at the Academy. We do offer a full tuition scholarship to Veterans, so you would be attending at no cost to you! You will need money for small expenses during school, and a recruiter can outline that for you!
A copy of Member #4 DD214 that has “type of discharge” will be required by Swift. For the National Guard, we will need a copy of your NGB-22. For Active Reserves or National Guard, we would need a copy of your current LES.
Your Military tractor trailer experience is valued by Swift. We will verify what you've earned while serving, and depending on how much we can verify, you may or may not need to go out with a mentor.
Swift will ensure you are still able to fulfill these duties, and not have to use your time off days while doing so. We follow the Federal Law and Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) you will be placed on Leave of Absence.
Yes! You can bring your service animal while training with a mentor, and when you are released solo. Talk to your recruiter about how to submit proper documentation.
Yes! We have a dog policy. Main requirements include: must be under 40 pounds, non-aggressive and have proof of proper vaccinations. A recruiter can give you additional details.