TCU/IAM Job Corps works
closely with employers and the Transportation Communications International
Union/International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (TCU/IAM) to develop relevant course materials and on-the-job training
for students through internships and on-the-job-skills education.
Students hone their trade while employers provide the final training.
The TCU/IAM Advanced Training Program places
students who complete the program in a wide range of transportation positions such as operations clerks, yard clerks, reservation sales
agents, customer service representatives, on-board service attendants,
conductor trainees, and other transportation industry positions. TCU/IAM
students who complete the program are also placed as clerk typists,
data entry operators, word processors and other office-related positions
with financial institutions, communications companies and various
When a student is job ready and desires to apply for any transportation positions that are available, TCU/IAM arranges for employment interviews. If the transportation job requires moving to a new city, TCU/IAM and Job Corps can offer the student some assistance in relocating.
a TCU/IAM Advanced Training representative today to find out all the advantages
of the TCU/IAM Job Corps training program.
Fax us at: (301) 926-6327
TCU/IAM Training Services Department
3 Research Place
Rockville, MD 20850
E-Mail – for placement and recruiting information:
Oscar Derderian, Jr. - Regional Coordinator (Boston/Atlanta Regions)
Nicole Burnett - Regional Coordinator (Philadelphia/Chicago Regions)
David Kollewe - Regional Coordinator (San Francisco/Dallas Regions)
Steve Brando - National Coordinator
The TCU/IAM Advanced Training Program is
dedicated to providing excellent, state of the art training so that
our students are able to take advantage of employment opportunities
offering top wages, medical benefits, career advancement and, in most
cases, educational reimbursement.
Since 1971, the TCU/IAM Advanced Training
Program has trained and placed over 12,000 young men and women into meaningful
employment. Students' average rate of pay at placement was $14.26 per hour for transportation jobs.