I've been working at Hebron University for 10 years since March of 2007. At the time, I didn't have much experience in maintenance work, but I was able to excel in it because of my determination to learn and understand everything related to maintenance, especially in the electric field. Now, with the help of my colleagues, I can proudly say that I have mastered the profession.
I'm eager to learn even more and develop the skills that I have in order to give the best that I've got, so I'm planning on taking maintenance courses that specialize in electricity and electric devices.
This success would have never been possible if the university hadn't believed in me. They built in the confidence I have today with their constant support, care, and encouragement. In addition, the University constantly gave me invaluable training allowing me to grow as a professional and as a person.
My advice to youth is for them to choose a field they're passionate about, as I used to study in university but I actually found myself in the vocational field. Today however, universities offer degree programs in crafts and vocational professions.