Mike recommends the following next steps:
I've been in optician for the last 10 years now and I enjoy it quite a bit. It's a job that is always changing and growing so you're never that far behind anyone else.
School wasn't really for me, and I never went to college. Fortunately a basic understanding of math and a good personality is enough to get you going. On the job training with a competent professional will get you the rest of the way.
Companies like Warby Parker and others are growing exponentially, and are more than willing to train the right personality. I would recommend going to your local eye doctor and seeing what their day-to-day job is like.
In the Boston-area, the "popular" jobs are in the fields of Medical Sciences and Bio-Pharmaceuticals. Boston is also a Hub for Hospitality and Tourism, with the Casino and dozens of Hotels located in and around the City.
I bring up these fields because your tag line has Facilities Maintenance in it and those fields are DESPERATE for skilled workers in the various fields of Engineering (Structural, Mechanical, & Electrical). They also need a skilled labor force (plumbers, electricians, carpenters, etc.) to make each facility run well. Joining a Trades Union is also a great idea if you're considering a Facilities Maintenance career. Learning about the various trades look GREAT on a resume/CV.
Dan recommends the following next steps:
Once you narrow what you want to do, then do a search using google, yahoo or the search engine of your choice for What are the best schools for (fill the blanks), or Where is (fill the blank with the choice of profession) most used in the United States?
Also, there are a lot of specialized organizations based on your choice that can guide you and provide you more information.
Hope this will help you. When you narrow the field a bit, send the question again, maybe I can help you further.