Truck Driver Training Program for Veterans

Since 1995, over

2000

students graduated from CFCC’s Truck Driver Training program.

The program has graduated an average of

105

students per year.

This year, CFCC celebrated the

200th

graduating class of truck driving students.

Our students obtain a total of

288

hours behind the wheel before taking the CDL exam.

About the Program

The Cape Fear Community College Truck Driver Training program is a 10-week program that sets individuals on the path to receive a commercial driver’s license (CDL) certificate.

Recently CFCC received a grant for this program that allows CFCC to award over $50,000 in scholarship assistance for veterans and active duty military. Spouses and children of these service members are also eligible to apply for these scholarships.

CFCC has a fleet of 15 trucks and 20 trailers of various types and sizes that help students prepare for their careers.

Contact CFCC’s Truck Driver Training Program 910-362-7320

Contact CFCC’s Veterans Center at 910-362-7106

Learn more about the Truck Driver Training program and available scholarships:

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“The demand for licensed CDL drivers continues to grow, and this grant will help area veterans and their families to pursue a high-paying in-demand career immediately after graduation.”

Dean of Vocational and Technical Education Mark Council