United Truck Driving School is proud to invest in women truck drivers. We pride ourselves on giving women the skills they need, through our CDL training, to become successful truckers in the industry. Women are breaking barriers every day and United is proud to be led by our school director, Cindy Stullich, who has always been an amazing advocate for women truckers. Women have been a huge part of United’s success over the years and we are proud to showcase our many graduates!
“I believe that, you just keep trying and you don’t give up no matter what and you’ll make it, if that’s what you really want to do!” – Joni Atkins, United Graduate
There is currently a shortage of truck drivers, up to 100,000 by 2023, and companies are looking to women to help fill these positions. More and more women are entering the industry and United Truck Driving School is proud to help women get involved and on the road.
The trucking industry has been known as being male-dominated with 90% of truck drivers being male. However, this is changing. Carriers are looking to hire more women into their fleets for a variety of reasons. According to a study by American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI)
Who would not want to get into an industry where employers are looking for candidates like you! Women are sought after by several different companies and United Truck Driving School has Job Placement programs in place to help you get hired even before you graduate.
There are many trucking resources specifically designed for women within the trucking industry. They are designed to help women within the industry connect with one another and provide support for women truckers across the country.
Ready to break those barriers and learn more about how you can become a truck driver? Contact United today at 800-764-2020 and begin your CDL training today!
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