Luke Hahn Obtains Class A CDL License
Luke Hahn, Garden Spot High School senior and Pathways2Success Cooperative Education student, passed his Class A Commercial Driver’s License from the Mount Joy Career and Technology Center on Monday, May 14.
In order to participate and pay for this CDL program, Luke used the Business and Education Partnership grant that he earned by passing the nationally recognized Ready2Work exam through CareerLink. Ready2Work assesses a person’s skills in applied mathematics, graphic literacy, and workplace documents. Upon successful completion of these exams, high school students and recent graduates are able to use up to a $5000 grant towards post-secondary training in a high priority career. Luke knew right away that he wanted to use his grant to obtain his Class A CDL license which allows him to drive tractor trailers.
Luke stated that this newly received license has increased his skill set and made him more employable and marketable in the job market in a wide variety of industries. Following graduation from Garden Spot High School this June, Luke plans to work in the residential concrete business.
Congratulations to Luke!