Partner Schools and Colleges
Halvor Lines is proud of our partnerships with accredited truck driving schools and community colleges in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan, and beyond. You’ll find a list of many colleges we partner with on this page.
Entry-level CDL graduates of these programs join our five-week paid OTR training program and receive one-on-one coaching and over-the-road training with experienced drivers. We offer small class sizes and paid training to help you start a new career without going into debt.
To learn more about our driver finishing program apply online or contact our recruiters by phone: 800-579-2114 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Halvor Lines Partnering Schools and Colleges
|Chippewa Valley Tech – Eau Claire|
Diesel Driving School – Sun Prairie
Fox Valley Techincal College – Appleton,
Milwaukee Area Technical College – Milwaukee, WI
Waukesha Community Technical College – Waukesha
WITC – Rice Lake
|Alexandria Tech – Alexandria|
Hibbing Community College – Hibbing
Interstate Truck Driving School – St. Paul
Lake Superior College – Duluth
South East Tech – Winona
|Des Moines Area Community College – Des Moines|
Eastern Iowa Community College – Davenport
Hawkeye Community College – Waterloo
Iowa Central Community College – Fort Dodge
Kirkwood Community College – Cedar Rapids
|Driveco – Laporte|
Sage Tech – Indianapolis
|Hamrick Truck Driving School – Medina|
Napier Truck Driving School – Hamilton
Owens Community College – Perrysburg
|Rock Valley – Rockford|
|Tri-Area Trucking – Freeland / Gladwin|
West Michigan CDL Training – Grandville
|TDI – Sanford / Orlando||Truck Driving Institute|
What do you need to qualify for our driver finishing program?
To apply for our driver finishing program you must be a CDL graduate from an accredited school and provide the following items to our recruiters:
- Commercial Driver’s License (CDL)
- Medical Card
- Certified Birth Certificate or Passport (To attain TWIC Card)
- Social Security Card
What is included in the finishing program?
CDL graduates can look forward to working with Halvor Lines’ top truck drivers with years of experience. From extensive safety training to real-time CDL coaching, we work hard to put you in the fast lane to becoming a truck driver. We also provide a year of additional mentoring with your trainer via phone, text, or email.
Is this an online finishing school?
No. A CDL finishing school/program generally refers to training that includes behind-the-wheel instruction, which can only be done in person.
Does Halvor Lines offer entry-level jobs after graduation?
Halvor Lines is actively recruiting to fill entry-level CDL jobs in all of its divisions. The first step is our paid OTR training (also known as a finishing program). We offer a five-week finishing program for entry-level drivers who want to drive solo or in teams; we also offer a 12-week finishing program for recent CDL graduates who want to become trainers and earn additional income. To apply for our CDL Paid Finishing program and entry-level truck driving jobs contact our recruiters or apply online.
Read more about earning your CDL
- Should I go to school for my CDL?
- Class A CDL vs Class B CDL: It pays to know the difference
- Take Your Class B CDL Up a Grade: Paul, Rob, and Gary upgrade their Class B CDLs to Class A CDLs with Halvor Lines.
How To Become A Driver
OTR Finishing Program
“As a new driver, I loved having one specific dispatcher that I worked with…so you have the consistency of working with the same person to help you with all your questions.”