Career questions tagged electricians
Looking for recommended electrical trade apprenticeship opportunities in Maine, USA
I've heard joining in the union was a great opportunity, but unfortunately i don't know any contractors in the union personally or how to get in as an apprentice or helper? Im already doing training at jobcorps in the HBI program, just need to find some work for when I graduate (expected mid to end of January 2023 if all goes well) or even joining a little bit before if it can be arranged. I prefer northern Maine area cause need to lease with my housing voucher here for at least a year or so.
Looking into the fields of electricians, electrical engineers, and/or teachers (wanting to teach mathematics, so any math teachers of any kind are more then welcome)...feel free to message me.
My first name is said like president Reagan but spelled differently. I'm a graduate from during the 2020 pandemic. I'm a black female who also has mild autism, and I'm also Muslim in the Islamic faith (I honestly hope there is very little discrimination but just in case I'm putting honest facts so they can just rule me out first so I don't awkwardly have to myself). I'm just now finally during the last year have been becoming more serious in the type of career I want. Any information or advice i can get would be greatly appreciated. I only have my diploma and 2 years experience working at McDonald's, and am also now enrolled into job corps online program and waiting to go up to campus. I have many questions for all these careers of course, so just thought it was easier to talk to someone first than listing them all here. Even if you don't currently work in theses field, or have in past, or even know someone who has, still feel free to message me. My grandfather is an electrician who has been a main role model all my life and i loved watching and helping him...I'm very good when it comes to science, and even better when it involves math or using my hands. He suggested i also look into electrical engineering as well because he said knowing my strengths and limitations, he thinks it would be a great career for me since it requires skills he said he knows I have. I also always wanted to be a teacher since the first grade (still have my career project art to prove it lol). I'm great with kids of almost all ages and recently starting tutoring also. One father paid me $1000 in CASH, for teaching his 13 yro daughter math in 4 days...she passed and graduated a week later. Would love to hear from someone, and very open minded to any and all info i can get. TYIA #education #teaching #teachers #career #math #electrical #electricians #jobcorps #engineers #construction