Kenosha Trucking Schools

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With the state's huge focus on food production and manufacturing, it's no surprise that Wisconsin can be a great place to start your career in the trucking industry. If you live in Kenosha, there is one school you can attend to become a diesel mechanic. Gateway Technical College is home to many diesel technology programs. The average tuition cost is $3,722 and the average scholarship award is $3,000.

As a diesel technology student, you can choose to earn a technical diploma or an Associate's degree. You can earn a technical diploma in one year or an Associate's degree in two years.

Kenosha is similar in size to cities like Appleton and Green Bay, with about 100,000 residents. Major highways in this area include Wisconsin Highway 31 and Wisconsin Highway 50. Local truck driving companies include Kix-Kutzler Express, Dejnos Trucking, National Materials Transport, and JHT Holdings.

Trucking Schools in Kenosha
• Offers Truck Driving Programs
• Offers Diesel Mechanic Programs
• Medium Campus
• Suburban Setting
$3,507 Tuition Cost
$3,000 Scholarship and Financial Aid Awards