Active-Duty Service Members are Changing Lanes with Caliber  

Recently, Caliber’s Changing Lanes program successfully graduated 15 marines and 13 soldiers from cohorts 34 and 35. All 28 graduates accepted offers to work in one of Caliber’s more than 1,500 centers after they transition out of the military. This program is currently offered at Fort Bragg in Fayetteville, North Carolina.  

Transitioning from military service to civilian life can be challenging, and Caliber aims to make it as smooth as possible through our Purpose, Restoring the Rhythm of Your Life®. Changing Lanes ties directly to Caliber’s purpose by offering career training and post-military job placement as a Caliber teammate. The program provides an excellent opportunity for active-duty service members to receive free, hands-on instruction so that when they leave the military, they can immediately start a new career in the collision repair industry at Caliber.  

Caliber provides all teammates with career path opportunities, continuous job-related training and certifications such as I-CAR and ASE, as well as state-of-the-art facilities and equipment. Caliber offers a comprehensive benefits package with day-one healthcare, paid time off, a company-sponsored 401 (k) retirement plan, mental health and financial wellness programs and more. 

Changing lanes is supported by military transition offices and works with service members coming from Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina; Fort Eustis, Virginia; Baumholder, Germany; Camp Lejune Marine Base, North Carolina and Fort Campell, Kentucky. For more information aboutChanging Lanes, visit Caliber.com. 

 

Published July 2022 

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