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CDL Instructor Spotlight: Jason Hayes

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We are fortunate to have experienced and dedicated CDL instructors like Jason Hayes who teaches at our Elizabethtown, KY campus. Jason joined CDL Training Services nearly 5 years ago following a 9-year professional driving career.  Jason is able to draw upon his years of professional truck driving to help prepare our students for their new … Continued

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From Phone Call to CDL License

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Driven to Success: Brandon Carney Starting a new career can be time-consuming, costly and stressful. But it doesn’t have to be. Just ask professional driver Brandon Carney. Two years ago he contacted Driver Resource Center about getting his CDL. Brandon was serious about getting to work. He was approved and scheduled for driving school in the … Continued

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Become a CDL Truck Driving Instructor

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Becoming a CDL Truck Driving Instructor can be a very rewarding career path for current truck drivers. It enables you to use your driving experience to train the next generation of truck drivers. We are fortunate at Driver Resource Center to have some of the best and most experienced CDL Instructors.  When a student graduates … Continued

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Driven To Success: Victor Zepeda

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Each month we’ll be sharing a CDL student success story in our new blog series Driven to Success. We’ll explore not only how they obtained their CDL license, but also the impact it had on their lives and career. Victor’s story in trucking begins two years ago in Miami, FL., where he was working as a … Continued

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Kentucky Farmworkers Grant

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Now is an excellent time to start a new career as a professional truck driver. Eligible Kentucky residents can utilize the Farmworkers Grant to pay for CDL training. There are many ways to pay for CDL training, including grants. In this blog post we will highlight an excellent opportunity for farmworkers and their families living … Continued

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Transition Into a Career in Trucking

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Are you looking to transition to a new career, but not sure what to do? Consider joining the $791.7 billion transportation industry. A leading employer of Americans, Transportation employs one in thirteen people. Our network of schools are currently enrolling for upcoming classes. You can get your CDL in as little as four weeks, split into … Continued

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Truck Drivers Deliver Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving is by far one of America’s favorite holidays. It is a time filled with gratitude and great food.  It is also the official start of the holiday season. This time of year wouldn’t be so joyous without truck drivers. As we experienced during the pandemic, life would be remarkably different if trucks stopped.  Everything … Continued

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How To Pay For CDL School?

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Don’t worry, CDL School is more affordable than you think and the best part is, you don’t have to do it alone. Our career specialists are here to walk you through the various assistance and financing options. Many of our students utilize an assistance program, whether it is a grant or carrier partnership to help pay for CDL training.

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Five Steps to a New Career as a Professional Truck Driver

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There aren’t many high paying careers you can obtain without a college degree, a lot of time invested or previous experience. Truck driving is the exception. You can receive the training you need to become a licensed CDL driver in 3-4 weeks with no previous experience.  Truck driving is a great entry-level career that pays … Continued

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New Federal Grant Can Help You Get Your CDL

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The Driver Resource Center network of schools prides itself in offering affordable CDL training programs.  We provide numerous tuition assistance programs for qualified applicants, which includes Federal Grant opportunities that can help you get your CDL. For a limited time qualified individuals living in Missouri, Oklahoma, Kentucky and Michigan have the opportunity to utilize Federal … Continued

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