I am aware that Iam much younger than most applicants. in my opinion, that only means i have more time to contribute to my future as a crane operator. I am a New Yorker Born and raised who has always had a fascination with creating something bigger than myself. Once I discovered how to do that, I did my research. First i needed to biuld myself up so i went to my very first interview. No experience or even a place to begin but thats why I went! I found out exactly what I needed to do so I spent much time discovering which school could educate me in the art of crane operating, then i needed to find the funding which nothing worked so I needed to take the long way, working hard and saving every penny for two years on top of rent and car insurance and the cost of living. I finally had enough and Iknew it was time. So Iwent to the school which would open my eyes to all I needed to know. It was hard! all of my time went to studying and practicing up until the nerve wrecking day of my exams. I cannot explain just how excited I was when I discovered I passed! then Covid hit, the worst global pandemic of the decade , interviews were cancelled people were laid off and i thought ovcourse this would happen! but I am still here, and this may be overkill but I feel my struggle is my testiment when making my case to the family I have been anxious to become a part of for all of these years. So I know I may be young and not have as much experience as the next guy but I promise you if given the chance, you will see just how dedicated I am.
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