A major trucking company is contributing scholarships to an Arkansas driver training program.
USA Truck will pay the way for 15 qualified applicants to complete the five-week Commercial Driver’s License Training Program offered through a partnership between the University of Arkansas Global Campus, Northwest Technical Institute, and Mid-America Truck Driving School.
The USA Truck Career Launch Program is accepting applications. Scholarship recipients who complete the training program offered through the U of A will be given preference for job openings with USA Truck.
Scholarship seekers can request an application on the USA Truck Career Launch Program website.
“We are excited about this partnership and the opportunities it will provide,” said Steve Brantley, director of driver recruiting for USA Truck. “Not all successful career paths take a traditional route. Our industry is wide-ranging and diverse, and the transportation sector offers limitless possibilities. USA Truck is always looking for talented, hard-working individuals who are passionate about building a rewarding career in a growing industry that is vital to keeping our country moving.”
Scholarships will cover the $3,700 enrollment fee for the Commercial Driver’s License Training Program offered through a partnership of the Global Campus, Northwest Technical Institute and Mid-America Truck Driving School. The five-week program offers day or evening classes, with six starting dates each year.