Frank Castillo’s last job was working on a golf course as an assembler for $10 per hour, a wage that does not support self-sufficiency. The labor became too physically demanding for Frank who was doubtful he could successfully switch careers.

The Workforce Development Board provided different career options for Frank to consider. He opted to pursue truck driver training through Roadmaster Drivers School with tuition assistance from the Workforce Development Board.

Upon his successful completion of truck driver training Frank landed a job with Swift Transportation where he is enjoying a sustainable wage. “I am especially grateful for the funding that enabled me to receive training,” Frank said. “I did not think a career change was possible, but the WDB made it so.”