Yes, you can use the GI bill for CDL training. And due to your outstanding work ethic (which has already been determined), you’ll likely excel in a truck driving career.
Transitioning from a career in the military back into the civilian world can be a stressful time for many servicemen and women, as veterans leaving the service often struggle to match their skill set with a civilian career. However because of the disciplined and determined mindset of many veterans, trucking can be an excellent fit.
Use the search application to connect with a CDL training school near you.
Professional truck drivers serve America by providing communities with the food and other commodities needed to keep people fed and the economy rolling. Trucking companies appreciate the skills, knowledge and attributes learned during military service and trust that veterans will succeed in any job they take.
If you are soon to be or have been recently discharged from the Armed Forces, you may be eligible for education benefits through the Veterans Administration. While some companies offer low-cost tuition for veterans and/or paid training, your benefits could cover the cost of training needed to obtain your CDL.
Veterans looking to find a truck driver training program can fill out the form on the top of the page to be connected with partner schools now.