Around October of 2009, I was accepted to attend a Swift Transportation training school starting in December of 2009. I was hired in January of 2010 after passing "school", was falsely accused of bad driving when in fact it was my assigned truck generating false error reports of mishandling, and was terminated in May of 2010. One of the employees working at the terminal I was discharged at explained that Swift's hiring policy was to hire individuals at the age of 23. I was 22 when I was accepted for training and hired, and my birthday is in April, which is when I turned 23. I'm now stuck with a $4,000 "school" loan, and it's costing me a possible employment offer due to termination. Is this obvious grounds for wrongfully hiring me against their own policy, then terminating me? And what can I do about this? I'm trying to get this information fixed on a background report for a job. The state I worked out of (my home terminal) was in Kansas, if that helps at all. Thanks!