Eli P., a Veteran from Hastings came to Interstate looking for a new career. He liked the idea of driving and wanted to make sure that he got the best training. He got funding using his GI Bill, and started his training with us in mid January and now, lless than two months later he has his Class A CDL and a job waiting for him at Schneider.
Bernard from Minneapolis MN, came to Interstate looking to get his Class A CDL back. He had previous driving experience driving trucks before, but was looking to get back into the industry. He was funded through the YWCA and breezed through our course, helping other students along the way,
Successful Woman Driver
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Life as an LTL driver: One woman’s perspective
Feb 18, 2016 by Cristina Commendatore | Fleet Owner
Leah Evans had always dreamed of becoming a high school band director – until she started driving trucks. “I’m not willing to get out at this point. It kind of gets in your blood, the trucking industry does,” Saia LTL driver Leah Evans tells Fleet Owner.
Coca Cola Recruiter Event
A recruiter from Coca Cola will be stopping by our school to talk to prospective truck drivers about a rewarding career with their company.
If you’re a driver for Coca-Cola Refreshments, all roads lead to happiness because you’re the hero bringing together a person and a beloved beverage. You are a friendly face, a brand ambassador and, in many cases, a sight for thirsty eyes.
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Richard S. from Red Wing MN, just graduated from our Professional Tractor Trailer Program. He excelled through the course as he picked up the skills pretty quickly. He works for a crane company, so he got his Class A CDL for more opportunities there.
Mohamed M. from New Brighton MN, came to Interstate looking to get his Class B, but after the opportuny arose for him to go for the Class A with our 160 hour program. He has decided to drive for Dart.
Joshua F. came to Interstate with a plan to get his Class A CDL and begin a new career as a truck driver. After taking our 160 Hour Professional Tractor Trailer Program he now has more than just his license, he has a 160 hour training certificate to go with it. So now he can go to work for any of the nearly 40 companies that we work with that take our students straight from school. He's not sure which company he's going to drive for yet, but who ever he drives with will be getting a great driver in Joshua.
Alan U. from Maple Grove MN, has graduated from Interstate's 160 Hour Professional Tractor Trailer Program. He has decided to go drive for Global Transit out of Dearborn MI.
Electronic Logging Device Update
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FMCSA's DeLorenzo: Upcoming "messy" period for ELD use
Head of agency's Compliance and Enforcement Office notes various systems, methods will be in use, offers insight
Feb 3, 2016Aaron Marsh | Fleet Owner
Justin L. from Fridley MN, just graduated from Interstate's Professional Tractor Trailer Program. He has decided to drive for Coca Cola. Congrats Justin!