About Us

 Our Story

Our founders met as undergrads at Washington University in St. Louis, where they purchased a small storage and shipping business called UTrucking. Running a full-time business while in college was definitely tough at times, but they were dedicated to providing the highest quality of service to their customers. This is what kept them pushing forward, and before long, a true passion for entrepreneurship, logistics, and the college market was born.  

During their time at WashU, they helped over 5,000 college students move their stuff, went to a few classes, made some amazing friends, and had the experience of a lifetime. When they graduated they sold the business to other WashU students, hoping to share this formative experience. Not long after, they realized that they missed the business and decided to open up another one — this time, though, it was going to be nationwide. They packed up their bags, moved to New York City, and started College Truckers in September of 2014.

We offer a stress-free move for students around the country, and we do this by offering the most customer-centric storage, shipping, and moving service in the market. We've now served thousands of happy customers across the country under the College Truckers flag, and promise to always run our business the right way – by building honest relationships with our customers and taking care of their belongings as if they are our own.


Meet Our Founders


Max Schoenfeld

Max is a proud Evanston, Illinois native & Washington University in St. Louis alum with six years of experience as the CEO of storage and shipping businesses. Max loves solo traveling, competitive sailing, and stopping fellow New Yorkers on the street to pet their dogs. He can often be found eating his way through the diverse neighborhoods of Queens and Brooklyn – usually with Jacob. He's our leader, and the head of the College Truckers team.


Jacob Goodman

Jacob is a proud New Yorker and loves working on a team. He graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with Max, and has experience operating and scaling businesses. Besides working with College Truckers, Jacob has scaled a large national custom apparel business call Fresh Prints. In his spare time he loves exploring authentic omakase style sushi restaurants, and has watched Jiro Dreams of Sushi over 20 times.


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Dylan Poler

Born in Venezuela and raised in Caracas, Buenos Aires and Miami, Dylan graduated from Syracuse University in May of 2018 with a degree in Computer Science. He joined the team at HQ in June of 2018. During his time at Syracuse, he proved himself to be an all-star College Truckers Student Partner and leader - so inviting him to join the team full time upon his graduation was a no brainer. Dylan’s firm belief in the company’s student-run model made it easy for him to make the decision to move to Brooklyn and devote the beginning of his career to the College Truckers mission. His vibrant energy and total commitment is especially noted when it comes to mentoring and guiding the Student Partners through their College Truckers journey on campus, in addition to designing and overseeing the company’s tech stack.


Leslie Polster

Leslie was born and raised in Chicago. Having spent several years abroad traveling across South America, Leslie has developed a keen sense of communication spanning across multiple cultures, and a proficiency in the Spanish language. She enjoys interacting with and learning from all kinds of people, and makes it her mission to make everyone feel welcome and heard. This, alongside her admirable work ethic and devotion to the team, makes her an ideal co-worker and friend. Leslie grasps the importance of customer relationship management and approaches each customer interaction with joy, rigor, and a desire to meet each one of their needs. Our customers are the most important thing in our world, and we are fortunate to have Leslie at the forefront of our customer relationship management.

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