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Funding to change your future

Access grants, student loans, military aid and vocational rehabilitation to off-set the cost of truck driving school.


How to apply for tuition aid

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Choose your tuition aid tool and determine eligibility

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Virtual Eligibility

Coordinate via email, zoom and text to complete the eligibility process

Sign Agreements

Meet with school representatives to sign enrollment and financial aid agreements.


Unemployment Grant

Student Loans

Types of Tuition Aid

Residents of Los Angeles County, 21 years and older, who are currently not working, receiving unemployment benefits may qualify for a grant to cover the full cost of training.

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Credit-based student loans to help offset the cost of tuition. $0-$500 down. Payments are made monthly. Available for those who qualify.

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Vocational Rehabilitation Career Training Grants and Workers Compensation Job Vouchers

Training grants that cover the full cost of truck driver training. Contact your local Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) for more information.

Post 9/11 GI BILL

Access your Post 9/11 GI Bill and cover  your tuition expenses (outside fees are not covered by GI Bill Benefits). 

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Company Sponsorship

Skip the line, get hired, then train and become a Commercial Class B local driver! Tuition will be covered by your future employer (no credit needed)!

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Talk to an Admission Representative 

All students will sit down with an Admission Representative to discuss tuition aid options, program of study and entry-level job placement. 

Questions? Text 323.403.4855

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