Financial Aid For Trucking School
Truck driving financial aid tuition assistance is available for our trucking school. How to pay for truck driving school is the question many potential CDL drivers have. Given that this is a concern, we offer a variety of financial aid options for CDL training.
With 2nd Chanz Truckin Academy financial assistance options, students focus on starting a new career instead of tuition cost. We work with various government funded programs to help students afford truck driver training.
Discover financial aid options for trucking school that best fits your needs.
A supplemental job displacement benefit (SJDB) is a non-transferrable voucher. It's used to pay for skill enhancement, educational retraining, or both. You may qualify for this benefit if you have a job related disability and your employer doesn't offer other work.
The training vouchers are accepted at 2nd Chanz Truckin Academy. The voucher covers fees, books, school tuition and expenses required by the school for your CDL training.
The Sacramento Works Job Center and Training Center System provides services to job seekers in Sacramento County. Their programs offer career training and job skills development. After successful completion, individuals can obtain employment in career fields like the trucking industry.
For more information on the SWJC, visit Sacramento County website
The Chapter 30 Montgomery GI Bill provides benefits to Veterans and service members. These individuals must have at least two years of active duty.
Eligible students may receive up to 36 months of benefits. Payments are paid based on length of service, career training, and other requirements.
Chapter 31 Special Vocation Training provides benefits to disabled veterans. You may also qualify if you have an employment handicap. SVT provides education, job placement, counseling, and training assistance.
Survivors and Dependents Educational Assistance Program. It offers education and training opportunities to eligible dependents of veterans. Veterans who are permanently and totally disabled due to a service related condition. Or veterans who died in active duty.
Some carriers will reimburse Veterans who have used VA benefits to pay for CDL training. Reimbursement covers up to $7,500 of a Veteran’s CDL training costs.
There are other financial aid resources for trucking school. You may also finance tuition yourself using a credit card or cash.