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CMVOST Grant Recommendation Summaries 2022

Commercial Motor Vehicle Operator Safety Training (CMVOST) Grant Program

The Commercial Motor Vehicle Operator Safety Training (CMVOST) Grant program provides financial assistance to help accomplish three goals: to expand the number of CDL holders possessing operator safety training, to assist current or former members of the United States Armed Forces (including National Guard and reservists) and their spouses with opportunity to enter the trucking industry and to extend grant opportunities to candidates from underserved communities, as identified in the President's Executive Order 13985. 

This year the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) awarded $3.1 million in CMVOST grants. 

Commercial Motor Vehicle Operator Safety Training Grant FY 2022

Grantee Award Amount
Advanced Technology Institute $175,000
Central Georgia Technical College $150,900
Collin Community College $191,000
Commercial Driver Services Inc $200,000
Community College of Baltimore County $197,410
Des Moines Area Community College $112,500
Global Trucking Academy LLC $196,100
Hawkeye Community College $132,359
Johnson County Community College $75,000
Klamath Community College $194,106
Lehigh Carbon Community College $193,677
Lone Star College System District $60,600
Nordic Enterprises $198,429
Northwest Florida State College $186,480
Tidewater Community College $102,769
Truck Driver Institute of FL, Inc. $195,860
Truck Driver Institute, Inc. $195,860
Wor Wic Community College $147,550
York County School of Technology $194,400
Total $3,100,000

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Last updated: Tuesday, August 2, 2022