Workforce Incubator

A paid, focused work-and-learn opportunity to polish skills and launch a career

The Workforce Incubator helps individuals launch careers in the transportation industry. We know it can be difficult to get started, grow skills, and find a great path forward professionally and personally. Lots of obstacles stand between you and your future. But we have your back. We’re here to invest in you and help you succeed.

The Workforce Incubator lasts approximately 90 days. During that time, you are employed in a paid position in which you learn valuable skills and polish your employability. We also invest in you with additional technical training, career coaching, and opportunities to engage and explore the transportation industry more widely. Our expectations for you are high in the Workforce Incubator, and we are here to help you meet them.

Participation in Workforce Incubator is by invitation or application only. Capacity is also limited. Inquire for current opportunities at service@nationaltransportationcenter.com.

Expand your vision

Develop yourself for a great path in the transportation industry.

Build your basics

Practice the employability and career skills that serve as building blocks for your career.

Earn money

Work and learn at the same time, complete with bonus incentives.

Workforce Incubator Members

Jorge E.

Hi, I’m Jorge and I’m a recent graduate of the NTC boot camp and have worked for the NTC for 18 months. At the NTC I am able to use my organizational and teamwork skills to help refurbish trailers. I am able to contribute ideas that help improve recognition as well as learn performance and mechanical skills that will helping me grow and develop. In the future, I plan on taking advantage of the NTC incubator to continue to improve my employability skills and relationships. In addition, I plan to assist with future boot camp members in their growth and developments by helping mentor and onboard boot camp graduates in to the NTC incubator. Personally I plan on transitioning to the NTC Career launch program.

David S.

David has had a busy first two weeks with the NTC. He has been working quite a bit on Improving his workplace and employability skills, which includes: – Showing up to work on time. – Keeping equipment tools and supplies organized. – Meeting productivity goals. – Taking the initiative to learn new skills. – Following procedures that ensure a safe work environment. – Collaborating with his peers. – Recognizing others. – Assisting others with assignments. In the future, David Sebree would like to become a full-time NTC employee and go through CDL training.

Jason W.

Jason has been working hard during the last one and a half months as a member of the NTC Incubator. He has done his best to demonstrate these skills which will help him and his employer in the future: – Showing up to work on time. – Keeping equipment tools and supplies organized. – Meeting productivity goals. – Taking the initiative to learn new skills. – Following procedures that ensure a safe work environment. – Collaborating with his peers. – Recognizing others. – Assisting others with assignments. – Bringing fresh ideas and solutions that help drive positive outcomes. In the future, Jason West would like to become a full-time employee with the NTC that includes expanded roles and responsibilities.

Brandon H.

During these last two months, Brandon has been buckling down at the NTC Incubator. Throughout this time, he has been working on getting better and better, attaining skills such as: – Showing up to work on time. – Keeping equipment tools and supplies organized. – Meeting productivity goals. – Taking the initiative to learn new skills. – Following procedures that ensure a safe work environment. – Collaborating with his peers. – Recognizing others. – Assisting others with assignments. – Bringing fresh ideas and solutions that help drive positive outcomes. In the future, Brandon Hopkins would like to become a full-time employee with the NTC that includes expanded roles and responsibilities.

Darrick H.

Darrick has made great strides in his personal growth and development. Some of the areas he’s been working on include: – Showing up to work on time. – Keeping equipment tools and supplies organized. – Meeting productivity goals. – Taking the initiative to learn new skills. – Following procedures that ensure a safe work environment. – Collaborating with his peers. – Recognizing others. – Assisting others with assignments. – Bringing fresh ideas and solutions that help drive positive outcomes. In the upcoming months, Derrick Holt seeks full-time employment with the NTC, Diesel Tech Training, and to enter into the NTC Career Launch.

Ethan P.

Ethan is our high school intern and has been with the organization for two weeks. During those two weeks, Ethan has been working on his own personal growth and development which includes: – Showing up to work on time. – Keeping equipment tools and supplies organized. – Meeting productivity goals. – Taking the initiative to learn new skills. – Following procedures that ensure a safe work environment. – Collaborating with his peers. – Recognizing others. – Assisting others with assignments.