SUNY Nassau Community College Partners With Ancora Corporate Training to Offer Commercial Driver’s License Training (CDL-A)

SUNY Nassau Community College (NCC), the largest single-campus community college in the SUNY college system, is partnering with Ancora Corporate Training (Ancora) to offer Commercial Driver’s License (CDL-A) training programs for SUNY Nassau students.

SUNY Nassau’s Center for Workforce Development offers a number of lifelong learning programs that improve students’ skills and advance their careers. Ancora will manage the training program for CDL-A training, which helps prepare individuals to become professional truck drivers, one of the most in-demand careers in the country. Classes are scheduled to begin mid-February.

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There is a nationwide shortage of CDL drivers, and companies that operate fleets of vehicles are scrambling to fill these positions and mitigate the current challenges facing the national supply chain. According to, there are more than 4,000 job openings for full-time, entry-level drivers in the Garden City area alone with an average starting salary approaching $70,000. Recognizing the significant opportunity this shortage presents for its students, Nassau Community College chose Ancora to implement these training programs, citing Ancora’s depth of experience and scheduling flexibility as some of the critical reasons for their decision.

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“At SUNY Nassau Community College we strive to provide students with the skills and knowledge needed to advance their careers and become contributing members of the community,” said Mark Lausch, Vice President for Academic Affairs at SUNY Nassau Community College. “As the demand for professional drivers grows, more people are realizing that getting their CDL is a rapid entry into a well-paying and in-demand career. We are excited to enhance our workforce development training courses for our students.”


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