We offer several different programs designed to fit any schedule!LEARN MORE ›
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You’re sure to find the perfect fit with several options available for those who qualify, including Pell Grant, VA and Ohio Means Jobs!LEARN MORE ›
Hamrick School has been accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) since June 1987. The ACCSC is a recognized accrediting agency by the U.S. Department of Education and has recognized Hamrick School as a 2015-2016 ACCSC School of Distinction.
Hamrick School also received a Gold Star Award from the Better Business Bureau for zero consumer complaints. It has also been named a Military Friendly School by GI Jobs Magazine for the past three years.
WE OFFER YOU:
- Career Specific CDL Training Programs
- Personalized instruction in small classes
- Fast-paced training programs that keep you on track
- Professional instructors who are passionate about the subjects they teach and about seeing you succeed
- A history of success in education since 1980
- Day or evening classes that work with your schedule
We provide you with the skills necessary to succeed in the industry.
We give you opportunities to meet recruiters from companies in a variety of driving fields.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
Our mission is to provide students with quality career training with an emphasis on positive attitude, self-esteem, and professionalism, offering hands-on training in a professional environment while striving for excellence.
See what our past students have to say!Testimonials
Our school has over 30 years of experience in truck driver training and helping students meet their career goals. Our instructors and staff offer students the knowledge, skills and support necessary to gain the confidence and succeed in a new career.
MILITARY FRIENDLY SCHOOL
Our commitment to our veteran students is to assist in the transition to a meaningful and productive career. Many of our instructional staff are military veterans who are dedicated to helping our students build upon their military and training experience throughout their program.
Hamrick School is proud to be selected as a Military Friendly School by G.I. Jobs magazine since 2012. As a military friendly school, we work to ensure United States’ service members, veterans, spouses, and other family members have the information they need to make informed decisions concerning their well-earned federal military and veteran’s educational benefits.LEARN MORE
The Career Services department at Hamrick School are here to help you succeed in a truck driving career.
Whether you are creating a resume, applying for positions or preparing for your first interview, Hamrick School’s Career Services department is here to help you be ready. At Hamrick School, we stand behind our students from start to finish. Let us help you turn your career dreams into a reality!LEARN MORE
Current Job Openings
Borden Dairy is now hiring CDL Class A and Class B – Route Sales
KNL Custom Homes Seeking an Experienced CDL Driver
Frito-Lay Canton Traffic Center OTR Driver Referral and Sign On Bonuses
Discount Drug Mart Truck Driver Opportunity
King Brothers Ready Mix Concrete Looking for Drivers
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1156 Medina Rd
Medina, OH 44256
A history of success in truck driving education since 1980!