For New CDL Grads
If you're a new Class A CDL graduate and are looking to get the most out of your CDL training and truck driving career, Paper Transport's variety of jobs, excellent entry level CDL training, and top of the industry starting pay has you covered.
TRAINED IN 3 WEEKS
program training PAY: $750/WEEK
One week of paid classroom & yard training in Green Bay, WI with other recent CDL graduates, including classroom and slow maneuver field training, as well as build individual training plan with our Safety team for over-the-road training.
Two weeks of on-the-job training with a certified Paper Transport driver trainers will work with you to develop your driving skills. gain industry insight, and prepare you for the other lifestyle changes associated with a professional driving career.
INDUSTRY LEADING PAY
Following orientation and on-the-job training. Paper Transport continues to provide trainees with the tools and support to reach their full potential as a professional CDL driver, maximizing earnings at the same time. We offer many positions for our drivers to succeed in such as Home Daily, Dedicated, Intermodal, OTR, and more. Talk to recruiter about opportunities in your area today!
|0-3 MONTHS||47 CPM - 50 CPM|
|3-6 MONTHS||50 CPM - 55 CPM|
|6+ MONTHS||55 CPM - 65 CPM|
frequently asked questions
Paper Transport pays $750 each week during the training period. Typically, training is a total of 3 weeks, but may extend into 4 weeks depending on the candidate's training needs.
Paper Transport covers the cost of travel to and from Green Bay, WI, lunch each day during orientation, a rental vehicle, and a hotel room during your stay. Accelerate students are only responsible for their breakfast and dinner, and any other leisure activities one chooses to partake in.
No, a contract is not required.
At this time, Paper Transport does not have a tuition reimbursement program for people who are looking to obtain their Class A CDL license.
Sorry, at Paper Transport we need Class A CDL drivers. A Class A license allows you to drive trucks with trailers of any size. The Class B license allows you to drive a truck of any size, but you’re not allowed to pull a large trailer behind a Class B truck.