Education & Scholarships
Drive For Success
Step into a high-demand, high-paying transportation career with Drive for Success, a Class A CDL training scholarship through TransForce’s Master Driving Program.
Drive for Success
Your Journey Starts Here
This innovative program, offered in collaboration with TransForce, connects members of the military community with high-demand transportation careers. The initiative stems from the nationwide effort to eliminate the truck driver shortage while connecting veterans and their families with meaningful careers. Veterans, military spouses, members of the Guard and Reserve, and military dependents are eligible to participate.
No Strings Attached
About the Scholarship
Program participants will earn Class A CDL with the Drive for Success training scholarship for TransForce’s Master Driving Program. The scholarships will cover all program costs, excluding meals and incidental expenses. After graduating from the program, put your Class A CDL to work in a driving career with your choice of local, regional, or over-the-road (ORT) job with one of hundreds of employers around the country. The scholarship includes:
All required theory and behind-the-wheel training
Travel and transportation to the training locations
All training materials
DOT physical and testing fees
What to Expect
Your Career in Driving
Average 1st year earnings of $55,000-$65,000 with high growth potential
Full benefits package: medical, holiday, vacation, retirement
Flexible schedules and paid time off
Relocation opportunities across the United States
Convert MOS driving time towards your CDL certification
Can I Participate?
To be eligible for this program, interested students must be a veteran, military spouse, member of the Guard or Reserve, or military dependent and meet the following criteria:
At least 18 years of age
Pass a required drug test
Valid driver's license and clear background check
Be able to pass the Department of Transportation physical
Veterans must have an Honorable or General Under Honorable Conditions discharge
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Frequently Asked Questions
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Program participation is open to veterans, military spouses, members of the Guard or Reserve, and military dependents who meet the following requirements:
- At least 18 years of age
- Pass a required drug test
- Valid driver's license and clear background check
- Be able to pass the Department of Transportation physical
- Veterans must have an Honorable or General Under Honorable Conditions discharge
No, the Drive for Success scholarship does not use your GI Bill.
Program participants will earn their CDL Class A at the United States Truck Driving School in Denver, Colorado. Program transportation and lodging are provided for all Drive for Success participants as part of the scholarship. Once you've earned your CDL, career opportunities are available nationwide.
Yes! TransForce offers local, regional, and OTR jobs. If you want to get home daily, they will help match you with a company offering local routes.
Yes. Entry-level drivers are the drivers of the future. Over-the-road (OTR) truck drivers are in high demand, so TransForce will work as your advocate to find you a job with the pay, benefits, and schedule you're looking for.