Financial Assistance Options for Military Veterans
We first want to say thank you for your service. JTL Truck Driver Training is proud to offer excellent CDL training for military veterans in Omaha, Nebraska. Making a change in your career can be challenging, but our staff is ready to help veterans discover the benefits of becoming a professional truck driver. With a CDL license from JTL Truck Driver Training, they can:
- Travel and explore the beautiful country you protected
- Have a lifelong career with high earning potential.
- Have access to great companies with benefits packages.
- Continue to serve your community as a crucial part of America’s supply chain.
- Work in a stable industry with opportunities for growth.
JTL Truck Driver Training has trained hundreds of veterans and active-duty servicemen and women. In our 19 years as a truck driver training school, and we have always been dedicated to serving those who have served us. We work closely with many carriers who value veterans’ experience and are hiring veterans like you right now!
“I had an amazing experience here. I wouldn’t change a thing. All of my instructors were patient and took their time to teach things in a manner that was easy to grasp for someone like myself, with no trucking experience. I feel very prepared for a career in the industry.”
– Drew, Military Veteran and Graduate
Paying for CDL Training
JTL is a military-friendly school. Our 160-hour Class A CDL course is approved for the GI Bill®. However, if students don’t qualify for assistance through that bill, JTL admissions staff may be able to connect you with other options that are available. We want nothing more than to help you reach your goals. Get in touch with our expert team to review each of your payment options.
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill/
The school will comply with Section 103 of the Veterans Benefits and Transition Act of 2018 as follows:
Sec. 103. Disapproval for purposes of educational assistance programs of Department of Veterans Affairs of certain courses of education that do not permit individuals to attend or participate in courses pending payment: This provision would require that in order for a school or training program to be approved for GI Bill benefits they must adopt a policy that disallows the school or training program from imposing a late fee, denial of access to facilities, or other penalties against a veteran or eligible dependent due to late payment of tuition and/or fees from VA. This would only apply if the payments have not been received within 90 days of the beginning of the term and the Secretary would have the authority to waive this requirement. Schools would be allowed to require students to provide documentation to ensure that they are entitled to GI Bill benefits.
The restriction on penalties would not apply in cases where the student owes an additional payment to the school beyond the amount of the tuition and fee payment from VA to the school. VA would have to make payments to schools no later than 60 days after receiving the tuition and fee certification from the school, and they would have to report semiannually to Congress any cases in which VA fails to make such payments within 60 days of certification.
Transitioning from the Military to Trucking
Many of the skills you learned during your time in the military are easily transferable to a trucking career. We’ve clearly seen that veterans like you make excellent and strong leaders in the classroom and out in the industry. Our admissions team has years of experience helping military men and women start their training at JTL.