At Veterans Rideshare, we’re proudly putting Veterans to work, one mile at a time.
Veterans Rideshare is a veteran-owned and operated transportation services company providing non-emergency medical transport, freight shipping, and more. We’re dedicated to giving back to our service members by employing veterans, providing special rates and fares for veteran service organizations, and donating a portion of all fares to nonprofit organizations that support those who have served our country.
Here are five MORE reasons we love to hire Veterans:
- Attention to detail. Service members are trained to perfectly make a bed, stand at attention, and have their dress uniforms in perfect measurement. This level of detail only scratches the surface of the necessary attention to detail that our Veterans possess.
- Safety matters. These details also translate to a safer work environment. Veterans have been in situations where operations security have dictated what they’ve said and done, and they will be conditioned to follow protocols for a job safely done.
- Persistence. The military teaches you to keep going, even if there is no immediate solution or gratification. This level of “don’t quit” is highly valuable in any work environment.
- Camaraderie. At Veterans Rideshare, our employees often comment that we feel like a family. Many of our brothers and sisters in arms look for that level of camaraderie that we are able to create in our own organization. Service members think of the unit as a whole, not just the individual.
- Sense of purpose. After serving our great nation and working with purpose, our service members understand the value in bettering an organization, of working as a team, of serving clients — it’s more than just a paycheck. When you get a dedicated team, you’re empowered to achieve your mission.
Are you or someone you know, perfect for our team? For employment opportunities, please visit www.VeteransRideshare.com.
A self-described “Jackie of All Trades,” Army wife Jackie Toops enjoys exploring the various facets of her personality by chronicling military life, world travels, family, her love of the arts and more. Her academic background is in the fields of Interdisciplinary Humanities, Museum Studies and Nonprofit Management, and she has overseen public relations for museums, galleries and universities. Jackie’s articles have been featured on Veterans Rideshare, Army Wife 101, Wall Street International Magazine, SoFluential, HomeAway, Military Biz Connection and FamiliesGo. While stationed in Germany, she regularly discussed her articles on-air with the Armed Forces Network in Wiesbaden. A mother of two, Jackie enjoys coffee, freelance writing, and supporting the military community.