Jeff C.

Jeff C. came into Interstate looking for a new career. He started less than two months ago, passed his first road test and is now looking to go over the road for Schneider.

USF Holland Recruiting Event

USF Holland Recruiting Event

Pat Greer from USF Holland will be hosting a recruiting event here at Interstate Truck Driving School. They're based in Coon Rapids and are looking for drivers. Read below for more information on USF Holland.

Eagan Examiner Saves Toddler

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Eagan Examiner Saves Toddler

Interstate Truck Driving School has a good working relationship with many of the
employees from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Driver and Vehicle
Services Division. We work with DVS staff every day toward the common goal of
preparing safe CDL drivers entering the workplace.
On Tuesday September 13th one of our students witnessed the actions of a DVS
employee that went above and beyond the call of duty. While administering a road
test in one of our vehicles on Cliff Road in Eagan at an intersection with Cliff Lake

Colin K.

Colin K. is now a licensed truck driver and will be starting his new career at Schneider. He came in with no experience and in 6 weeks he was able to pass his first road test, and complete his 160 hours of training.

Gary B.

Gary B. from St Paul MN has just graduated from Interstate's 160 Hour Course. He came in with lots of positivity and that really showed during his training. He has a couple of job offers on the table right now, but he's hoping to drive for Pepsi.

Kevin C.

Kevin C. a Veteran from St. Paul MN, just graduated from our Professional Tractor Trailer Program. and is now looking to start a new career at Halvor Lines.

Beth A.

Beth A. just graduated from Interstate's 160 Hour Professional Tractor Trailer Program and is now ready to start her new career with Halvor Lines. She came in unsure if she'd be able to drive a big rig, but we gave her all the time she needed on our simulators and our backing range for her to feel confident. Sure enough she passed her first road test and cruised through the rest of the program.

Andrew M.

Andrew M. from Bloomington MN came to Interstate using his GI Bill and is now on his way with a new career as a truck driver. He was such a great student to have around. He came in ready to do the work and less than two months later he's ready to start his new career with Halvor Lines.

Wilson Lines Recruiter Visit

Wilson Lines Recruiter Visit *

* This visit was canceled. Please check our Job Placement page for upcoming recruiter visits and postings on the job board.

A recruiter from Wilson Lines out of Newport MN will be here at our South St. Paul Campus to talk about the opportunities they have for truck drivers.

Wilson Lines  specializes in refrigerated LTL and truckload services at fair prices with the ability to meet individual customer needs and requirements.
Our goal is to provide safe, timely and reliable transportation services by cost effective pricing to contribute to the success of our customers. 

How to prevent non-driving injuries: Technology, culture and 'jackhammering'

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How to prevent non-driving injuries: Technology, culture and 'jackhammering'

Aug 26, 2016  Larry Kahaner | Fleet Owner

Truck drivers have the highest number of nonfatal injuries and illnesses that require days off from work across all U.S. occupations. But if you think it's mainly from road accidents, you're wrong.

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