This month’s student spotlight features recent CDL graduate, David Barrett, who was awarded a grant to pay for CDL Training. When the pandemic hit last year David Barrett of Tulsa, Ok was laid off from his welding job. He had hopes of returning to his career once his company was back in operation. When that … Continued
Military veterans have an excellent opportunity to use their GI Bill® benefits to get a Class A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) at one of our VA approved schools. As a military veteran looking to get a CDL and start a career as a truck driver, you want a school that meets the highest standards. Training standards are … Continued
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
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
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
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.
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
You might be surprised to find out that a career as a professional truck driver will give you more income and freedom than you imagined. Here are just a few of the benefits of a hitting the road. Money On average first year drivers can earn between $50,000 and $70,000. That may seem like a … Continued