Hi, I'm Todd. I live in central NH and have recently decided to make the career change to become an electrician apprentice. It was a big decision for me as I am married and have 2 young kids. After months, probably even a few years of researching and job searching, I finally found my chance. I landed an apprenticeship with a big electrical company in the lakes region of NH, Daniels Electrical Corp. I will be starting tomorrow morning. I am very excited to finally begin something that I believe will be a very good and long career!!!
Thanks for the great information on this website!!!
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Welcome,Im new to the forum also, been in electrical field 30+years,get a code book, learn all you can, grow a thick skin, some journeymen can be great and some can be real A-holes towsrds apprentices. Best advice I can Give is its not how smart you make yourself look the key is to not make others look stupid. Best of luck to you.