Howes Products and Sage Truck Driving Schools are pleased to present the “Howes Truckers of Tomorrow $1,000 Scholarship Program.” The scholarship is funded by Howes and can be applied for at all SAGE Truck Driving Schools across the country. SAGE has 25 locations and provides high quality one-on-one CDL training of entry-level commercial truck drivers and driver training to some of Americas Fortune 100 companies and fleets. The “Howes Truckers of Tomorrow $1,000 Scholarship” will be awarded to one student at each SAGE location throughout the year. Howes offers the scholarships annually, with two to three scholarships being awarded each month. In order to be eligible for the scholarship, applicants must meet all trucking industry qualifications and demonstrate a financial need.
“SAGE is thrilled that Howes chose to support our students with this Scholarship Program,” said Chris Thropp, Vice President at SAGE. Howes has a recognized, high quality brand of additives in the trucking industry and this scholarship program demonstrates how companies can play an important role in promoting the industry. Howes has been part of the trucking community since 1920 and “the scholarship program is a way for us to invest in the Industry that has been so important to our livelihood,” said Rob Howes, President of Howes.
Details are available on the Howes Facebook page or by calling 1-800 GET HOWES.
When you use Howes you can feel safe knowing you’re not just a customer, you’re part of the family. It is important to everyone at Howes to help keep all families safe and to help protect and prevent victims of Human Trafficking. In this battle, Howes is proud to be partnered with Truckers Against Trafficking, supporting their mission to educate, equip, empower and mobilize members of the trucking and busing industries to combat human trafficking.
Helping to bring gender diversity to the Trucking Industry Howes is proud to be a sponsor of the Women In Trucking Association, a non-profit organization with the mission to encourage the employment of women in the trucking industry, promote their accomplishments, and minimize obstacles faced by women working in the industry.