Veteran Employment Leaders
Choosing the right road to success is important. Our Veteran Employment Leaders are not only leading their industries in veteran employment, but are also actively helping military men and women in their transitions by educating them on the different careers available, which career paths are best for them and providing ongoing career support. Learn more about our industry leaders by clicking your preferred employer below.
Over 30% of Melton's current workforce are veterans, and we look forward to growing that number together. Our dedicated team of mentors is available to help you find the right career as you transition out of the military.
Prime is North America's most successful refrigerated, flatbed, and tanker carrier and provides safe, reliable and continuous on-time service for customers throughout the the United States as well as Canada and Mexico.
At PAM, our slogan is “Our Service Makes the Difference.” And it’s the amazing people both behind the wheel and behind the scenes who make this promise a reality. Ultimately, we’re here to serve our employees so they can do the same for our customers.
Over the past 80 years, Ryder has earned a reputation for delivering solutions that ease complexity and increase efficiency for companies of all sizes. Ryder is proud to provide mentoring for veterans seeking a career in trucking.
Holland is thankful for your dedicated service. And, we’re eager for you to share your strong values, work ethic and leadership skills as part of the Holland team. In fact, we offer challenging and rewarding career opportunities for those in the military community.
Saia LTL Freight's dependable one-, two-, and three-day direct service speeds your delivery cycles, enables you to leverage the power of just-in-time distribution and gives you a solid competitive edge. Our direct service area features 148 terminals nationwide.
Over 30% of the TMC fleet has served in the U.S. Armed Forces, as well as numerous office and shop staff. Our top training program is VA-approved, allowing eligible veterans to draw on their education benefits to train in their next great career.