The Jaxon Foundation is a non-profit entity established with the purpose of recognizing the life and goals of an exceptional young man, Jaxon Landfair. When presented with the question of what Wish would he like to realize by the Arizona Make-A-Wish granters he chose to give to the future. That Wish, to have a scholarship for students to pursue careers in Law Enforcement is the core mission of the Jaxon Foundation. In addition to financial support, all scholarship recipients will be connected with Jaxon Mentors. The Mentors are Law Enforcement professionals in a variety of areas of specialization and will stay connected to the scholarship recipients throughout their academic tenure.
The trucking industry moves a massive amount of goods across the country within a few days. This has increased demand for products and raised expectations for access to all that we need in our modern lives.
Though many Americans don’t think about how their groceries and household items make it to store shelves, truck drivers are the ones who can say, “If you bought it, a truck brought it.”
New truck drivers don’t expect their job to require sophisticated organizational skills, but for those that put in some effort to stay organized, the benefits are tangible. No matter how organized or disorganized you may be, the following hacks are simple and quite effective.
Truck driving definitely has its perks — the opportunity to travel, meet people from all over the country, and enjoy a sense of independence many workers in other industries don’t have. But when it comes to driving, there are a few highways that truckers love, and a few they avoid.
Whether you’ve got years of experience under your belt, or you’re just starting out in the trucking industry, here are a few tips to ace your next truck driving interview.
Truckers new to the industry face a unique job landscape with many opportunities. When considering potential candidates, companies look for a combination of qualifications, experience, skills, and job readiness. Here are a few things truckers should possess when searching for a job.
The national trucker shortage has made headlines — and truckers over 50 have noticed. A growing wave of adults over 50 are pursuing trucking, for numerous reasons.
Trucking, like any other industry, is experiencing changes and shifts sure to impact its future. Truckers and those considering a career in trucking should be aware of the trends shaping the industry in 2022 and beyond.
There’s more to truck driving than just getting behind the wheel and following directions. To succeed in the industry, truckers should have the following traits.
As the days end quicker during fall season and darkness fills up the sky, you find yourself heading back home when it’s usually dark. Driving back home from work is still considered safe because you have all the traffic lights beaming and guiding you towards the roads. But if your work shift ends in the wee hours of the morning/late night when its completely dark and every store or building has got its lights off, then its gets harder to navigate through the dark empty roads.