Truck drivers in high demand
MALTA – Wesley Mayne of DeKalb got an associate’s degree after graduating from high school, but he feels limited by his job at a grocery store.
“I was just trying to find something that would make me more employable,” he said.
So Mayne went back to Kishwaukee College, where he is enrolled in an eight-week commercial drivers license program. The 160-hour course – taught as a four-week full-time class or an eight-week part-time class – qualifies students to drive 18-wheel tractor-trailer trucks.
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