School Bus Contractors

STI honors military employees and families

Posted on May 29, 2012

In honor of Military Appreciation Month, Student Transportation Inc. (STI) is highlighting its employees and their family members who have served or continue to serve in the military.

In support of the company-wide initiative, STI is asking its more than 9,000 employees within the company and its operating subsidiaries, Student Transportation of America and Student Transportation of Canada, to recognize and honor those within the STI family who have served in the armed forces or are in active duty.

"One of the core values of STI is our commitment to the local communities we serve," said Denis Gallagher, chairman and CEO of STI. "We want to recognize the service men and women within our STI family who exemplify commitment by their efforts to defend their country."

Recognitions will continue through the month of May and will be ongoing throughout the year at Student Transportation's locations across North America.

In addition to this initiative, and in honor of Memorial Day in the U.S., STI locations throughout the country will be recognizing those who have fallen and sacrificed their lives for their country.

Related Topics: Student Transportation Inc.

Comments ( 0 )
More Stories
Dunia Burns, who is employed by Chestnut Ridge Transportation in New York, was named a “Mountie Superstar” by the school district she serves for exceptional service to its students and staff. 
News

School Bus Driver Honored for Exceptional Service

Dunia Burns, who is employed by Chestnut Ridge Transportation in New York, is named a “Mountie Superstar” by the school district she serves for exceptional service to its students and staff.  

In a video from Wichita Public Schools, a First Student training manager explains what it takes to become a school bus driver as the local operation looks to bring new recruits on board.
Article

Dealing With Driver Shortage Is Still a Big Deal

There are other commercial driving jobs that pay more than driving a school bus, but they don’t involve transporting students. The opportunity to contribute to children’s education and safety could spark interest in the job.    

Be the First to Know

Get the latest news and most popular articles from SBF delivered straight to your inbox. Stay on top of the school bus industry and don't miss a thing!