All throughout high school, I was always informed that you don't need to follow through with the same old pipeline of education to be able to secure a rewarding and successful career. I immediately became attracted to the idea of that. Even though I was a good student, I never thought it was rewarding for what I was learning. Even with over $65,000 worth of scholarships and acceptance letters from colleges like MATC, Ripon college, or Concordia University of Chicago, I didn't feel like that path was for me. I am not against progressing my education, I am against the idea of spending years of my life for a degree that may have little to no bearing on my life along with the debt that entails with it. I want to work hands on while at the same time learn skills that will be practical in my everyday life. That's when I remember the route of becoming a Tradesman. The saying playing in my head, "Earn while you learn." has never let down ever since I heard it initially during high school. I am willing to learn any skill and go to a high educational institute should it been deemed necessary to create a career and progress out of the Trades.
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