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Old 01-20-2011, 03:43 PM   #1
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Hi im new to this sight i just had a few questions for anyone who may be able to answer a few concerns of mine. First off im 29 years old and im thinking about going to a tech school and getting an associates degree in there maintnaince electricity program and then work on getting an aprenticeship in the ibew program . my question is.. at my age do you think its too late to get involved now? i do have some electrical experience, i installed home appliances for five years and im currently working for a master electrician but the money just isnt there. so do you think my plan sounds like a goood idea? any input would be appreciated . or do you think theres a better path to take . thank you.. jeremy from pa
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Old 01-20-2011, 03:47 PM   #2
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Hi im new to this sight i just had a few questions for anyone who may be able to answer a few concerns of mine. First off im 29 years old and im thinking about going to a tech school and getting an associates degree in there maintnaince electricity program and then work on getting an aprenticeship in the ibew program . my question is.. at my age do you think its too late to get involved now? i do have some electrical experience, i installed home appliances for five years and im currently working for a master electrician but the money just isnt there. so do you think my plan sounds like a goood idea? any input would be appreciated . or do you think theres a better path to take . thank you.. jeremy from pa
no, it's not too late.

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IT's never to late to start something new .. definetly go to school its a great idea

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thanks to all that replied to my post. well i had my meeting with the school today seems promising but........yes theres a but haha. its 32,000 Dollars..... thank god for grants
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