Trucking companies are hiring new CDL University students before they even graduate.
Trucking companies contact CDL University on a near-daily basis about its students and graduates.
If you’re looking to earn your commercial driver’s license, that most likely peaked your interest.
Once you earn your CDL, we’d be willing to place a bet that you didn’t just get it for the fun of it but that you got it to earn a great income and start a new truck driving career.
Starting a career in the trucking industry in the midst of a global pandemic is one of the best things you can do for yourself and your family.
The trucking companies in the United States have been deemed essential and never shuts down when other industries do.
Truck drivers are busy just like always hauling freight.
Coronavirus has shown where true job stability lays in driving jobs.
Truck drivers must also follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recommendations to remain safe.
Earning Your CDL and Working for a Trucking Company
If you enroll at other truck driving schools, you will often hear several companies say they will sponsor your truck driver training.
While that may seem to save you money, accepting company offers like these will cost you much more in the long run.
This sponsorship requires you to go work for them for years after receiving your CDL.
Once you begin working for those transportation companies, they will deduct hundreds of dollars a month to cover the cost of the training.
At the end of your employment contract with them, you will have paid more than the training would have cost had you paid it yourself upfront.
Furthermore, you will not only pay more money in the long run, you will also pay with your freedom.
You will be unable to seek out other employment that pays more for years.
Start Your New Career at a Trucking Company Right with Help from CDL University
By choosing professional training and paying for it upfront, you will have a better chance of initial and long-term success.
CDL University does not force any of its students into a sponsorship.
We have funding that may help you pay for some or all of your training with no strings attached.
This funding is available to those who have lost their jobs due to COVID-19 and is granted on a first-come, first-to-enroll basis.
To enroll at CDL University, stop by anytime Monday – Friday between 8am-5pm. If you’d like to schedule an appointment, call the enrollment office at 405-702-4333.
2120 S Prospect Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73129