Transportation and Logistics

Stalled out or mobilized into action?

 

We respond to challenges in different ways. For the Transportation, Distribution and Logistics Industry, a pressing challenge is one of need: more professionally trained truck drivers are needed to meet ever-increasing transportation demands. The American Trucking Association predicts that the number of qualified drivers needed may soar to 111,000 to the year 2014.red truck

We’ve mobilized. As part of Oregon’s response to this industry challenge, Clackamas Community College and the Trucking Solutions Consortium have gathered forces from business and industry, workforce, training and education sectors to create solutions.

Whether you are a student investigating a career in trucking, a job seeker or an incumbent industry worker exploring your options, or an industry professional in search of training programs and workforce assistance, we invite you to find out about our collaborative response team and see how we are meeting the challenge.

 

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