Cadillac Trucking Schools

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After completing a truck driving training program, you can feel secure knowing that you have the skills and knowledge needed to drive on the country's biggest highways. Cadillac is home to one trucking school: Baker College. The average cost of tuition is $7,740, which is partially offset by the average scholarship award of $2,404.

By connecting you with local truck driving companies, Baker College helps you get real experience and start networking with prospective employers. By making a good impression as a student, you can increase your chances of finding a good driving job after graduation.

Cadillac's over 10,000 residents enjoy a cost of living that is over 20% below the national average. Local trucking companies like Crystal Flash and T.J.'s Trucking may expect you to traverse local highways. Major highways in Cadillac include U.S. Highway 131, Michigan Highway 55, and Michigan Highway 115.

Heavy truck and tractor-trailer drivers in this area earn an average annual income of $36,710 per year (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2013). The average salary for a light truck driver is $27,840 per year (BLS, 2013).

Trucking Schools in Cadillac
• Offers Truck Driving Programs
• Small Campus
• Rural Setting
$7,740 Tuition Cost
$2,404 Scholarship and Financial Aid Awards