Last edited by jkw1972; 07-07-2013 at 09:02 AM.
asked question about companies that hired after SAP program completed can not see results even after clicking on the link.
Carolina Cargo hires SAP graduates.
Originally Posted by squallies
And felons. Not saying this is such a bad thing. SOME people deserve a second chance. They pay peanuts... but, it is a start.
Originally Posted by Seadragon
Is Carolina Cargo the only company
Do you know any other companies seadragon
Hey Brock101 -
Originally Posted by brock101
Sorry nobody is getting back to you. I believe that Arrow Trucking ,Swift , CRST will all consider you if there are any positions open. Where are you located out of? I know some resources but need more info.
Seadragon's last post was 5-6 months ago.
Some drivers are working, and you will see posts from them after they return home, so we don't always have quick response time to posts.
Brock101 unfortunately can't private message, and neither can Seadragon (total posts 6) until they get their post count up.
I forget how many posts is needed? 50? before one can private message.
The site has slowed down, but summer is always slower, too.
Here are a couple articles showing some insight into what these drivers are facing, trying to get back into the workforce.
The people who successfully complete this program should be given a 2nd chance! Some people get sucked into a dirty test, who never did drugs.
The advice of looking at companies willing to hire felons is correct. It will get you back to work, and hopefully they can prove themselves and move on from there.
what trucking companies will hire me after i have completed a SAP program?
Factors Affecting Job Placement In The Trucking Industry | TruckingTruth Blog
Trucking Jobs for Felons
After SAP, even if you don't have a felony record, you may find yourself in the same category, in regards to trucking hire.
...probably because of the insurance companies.
Good luck and don't give up hope!
God Bless Truckers!
Good advice and resources. I definitely want to help these guys out. Both articles have some great information in them -
If you two ever do get back to this thread- , I would reccomend checking out the job boards, just apply like nuts. TDJ https://www.truckdrivingjobs.com - is a place to begin. I had some friends in a similar postion that found some local/smaller places hiring. Obviously they have the big guys on there but it's good to look into the smaller ones and talk to a recruiter about the situation, a lot of postings on there will have a line to somebody who you can explain yourself to.
I'll try to rack my brain for other ideas.
Good luck, guys!