NETTTS Graduates At Roehl, Simply Clean, CR England and More
11/16/2012 GREAT NEWS about driving jobs!
Class of 8/6/2012
Thomas M. is driving for Roehl Transportation
Class of 3/7/2011
Freddie W. stopped by, he has been driving for C R England and is now a trainer for them. He had a number of things to tell us, including that out of all their drivers he is #2 for fuel efficiency. He credits NETTTS instructors and said that going to school here was the best investment in himself that he ever made. While he was here he made a point to never miss a day and to sit right up front. He owns his own truck and has just bought a house for his family!
Class of 3/7/2011
Omar M. has been driving for Swift Transportation and posted this comment, “Im doing great, just finished getting certified to be a Mentor for Swift. Now I train the new drivers that are hired. 🙂 First student meets me tomorrow and he seems like a really nice guy, hopefully it goes well.”
Class of 2/20/2012
Tirtha P. has been hired by Swift Transportation of Phoenix, AZ.
Class of 1/23/2012
Yariel P. has gone to driving over-the-road for Prime of Springfield, MO.
Class of 1/14/2012
Chris S. is working for United Natural Foods in Dayville, also known as UNFI. He commented, “Yeah it’s pretty cool. Fresh out if school working a local job. Now driving brand new 2013 international Transtars and just reached my 90 days so all my benefits have kicked in as well. I feel pretty fortunate to be where I am with the experience I have.”
Class of 1/9/2012
Dwayne A. has been hired by Willimantic Waste of Willimantic, CT.
Class of 12/31/2011
Andrew B. has completed his training for Schneider National of Green Bay, WI.
Class of 10/31/2011
Miguel G. is doing local deliveries for Guida’s Dairy of New Britain, CT.
Class of 10/22/2011
Franklyn S. has been hired by J Polep of Chicopee, MA.
Class of 9/19/2011
Ken F. sent a selection of photos from his travels across the country. He is driving for Swift Transportation of Phoenix, AZ. He added the comment, “The Truck is a 2013 International ProStar+. The tall structure @ the rest area with the trucks in front is a wind mill blade. The plateau was in Nebraska, the others were Arizona/New Mexico. I enjoy seeing the country (doing 48 OTR). My suggestion to anyone contemplating OTR is if you can do a 6 month vacation away from home. It’s a good way to get experience and your experience will all be based on your attitude. Good Luck to all and be safe out there.”