Stevens Transport is one of North America's premier refrigeration transport companies. Still family owned and operated, Stevens believes in giving the best opportunity to acquire your CDL and employment. We will train you through our Stevens Academy or through one of our corporate training partnerships. In most cases, it will be 100% sponsored with NO upfront investment or credit check, with housing included if necessary.
Company Sponsored Training
This program allows you to take advantage of a promising career with no investment, no credit checks, and no up-front money. Housing is also available. Stevens Transport will hire you with no experience and see that you get all the education and experience you need! Stevens will have a job and career waiting for you once you complete your training and receive your CDL.
Stevens Transport will also:
1. Reimburse you for the cost of your CDL training course
2. Put you on our payroll while getting your over the road training
Get your Company Sponsored Training from the Best!
· Train on the same Equipment you’ll be driving
· Start your career at Stevens with complete knowledge of our high standards
· Stevens Training Academy is recognized as one of the very best in the industry
· Guaranteed Financing (as long as you are employable)
· No Credit Checks
We make it easy to start your new career at Stevens Transport
· Stevens will finance the cost of your training. All you have to do is remain employable and stay on the road as a Stevens’s driver for one full year.
· No questions asked. There are no credit checks. There are no down payments.
· No upfront costs. When you attend other schools, you’ll have to come up with the cost of your tuition and expenses. When you attend Stevens Driving Academy, we cover the costs – right up front.
- Employment of heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers is projected to grow 21 percent from 2010 to 2020, faster than the average of all occupations.
- As the economy grows, the demand for goods will increase, and more truck drivers will be needed to keep supply chains moving. Trucks transport most of the freight in the United States, so as households and businesses increase their spending, the trucking industry will grow.
* Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2012-13 Edition, Heavy and Tractor-trailer Truck Drivers