I am currently just a college student pursuing a degree in HVAC and am seeking an apprenticeship level position to enhance classroom theory with real-world experiences and be able to learn, and grow with a specific company to ensure that both I, and the company know we both may rely on each other. This is not just a job I am seeking for but a career, an opportunity to be able to grow and retire with one company in my career. Although I may not know everything there is to know, I am very willing to learn and am very well looking forward for you to be able to teach, and guide me to a more experienced and knowledgeable position.
I currently attend evening classes at Ohio Business College in Lorain for HVAC. I am almost at my halfway point in my course and am on track to be completely done in June of 2021. I have been over the basics of heating, cooling yet still have to learn how to form and use sheet metal, and work on big commercial units.
In high school I had attended CCP (College Credit Plus) classes throughout my senior year and just took my two English Comp classes, advanced art and drawing, and an exercise and business management class.
Throughout my High School career at Olmsted Falls, I focused on being as involved as I could be by taking as many classes as I could and played sports such as football and baseball up to my sophomore year where I had then began to focus on working and making money while maintaining good attendance and grades at school.
My job as a carpenter at Integrated Restoration is to ensure quality work is provided in a timely manner. In my job I come across a lot of different areas of work from drywalling, framing, flooring, painting, and so on. My work is geared towards being able to take things apart and put them back together better in better condition then I took them apart. As a finish carpenter I expect a certain degree of work from myself and do not settle for less. I always like to critique my work by thinking "would this type of finish fly in my house if I were to do it?" and if the answer is no, then I myself must find a better finish to the project.
My job at Ganley Honda was to tag and move cars to our lot for our mechanics to be able to grab and work on. Although this job did not present many challenges, the world had brought a huge challenge to the dealership and that was COVID. As a new worker it was weird to get trained one way and get used to it and then have it all change on me a month later just because of a virus. Even though I had just gotten hang to how things were done and had them switched on me with a snap of a finger, I readjusted and continued on with my work and achieved a raise in less than two months and was awarded more hours with my work. The most flattering opportunity given to me there was a sales position by our GM which I had declined due to hours they work as well as fearing not having a stable check coming in to budget off of.
At Journeys my daily tasks started with coming in and checking to see what I had to do to make sure I sold what I needed to sell for my day and ensure my future progress of being able to sell for the week and month were met. On top of being able to sell what I needed to, I also had the responsibility of making sure that all of our stock room was neat, clean, and organized and well as the front of our store. I learned from this job that without both the front side of the business and the back side of the business both being able to run efficiently and smoothly, it makes doing our jobs much harder. WIth only being there 4 months I had been offered a Sales lead position which I had to unfortunately turn down because I was not 18 yet. I took lots of initiative in the company by making trips to different stores such as Sandusky, Toledo, Crocker, and a couple more to help recruit sales associates, sell for there stores, and help organize and setup the stores and stockrooms.
As my first job, this entailed me watching and ensuring the safety of those at the park and more specifically the track that I worked at. On top of this, I also had the responsibility of ensuring that the park was always clean and tidy.
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