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 Grant funds to get CDL training at one of our network schools at no cost.
If you have lost your job, are a displaced or dislocated worker, or receiving financial government assistance you may qualify for Cares Act/WIOA funding.
The Cares Act will cover the cost of tuition to get your CDL-A license and start a new career as a professional truck driver. As part of our program, our placement team will help you find job opportunities upon graduation. We are proud to say our program has a 95% job placement rate?
What makes a person eligible for Cares Act/WIOA funding?
• Received unemployment payments (This year)
• Receiving SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program)
• They are unemployed
• Underemployed (Underemployed, would be determined if candidate earns less than your state’s poverty level based on number of person’s per household-gross income.)
If you are interested in a career as a professional truck driver and believe you may be eligible for funding under the Cares Act, please apply now or call 800-391-2754 to talk with an enrollment specialist. We can help you apply for funding and get your new career started. Apply now > http://bit.ly/GrantDRC