I was genuinely excited to be in the career that I loved and also to be working for a relaxing Heating, Ventilation, and A/C dealer
I went to get my Heating, Ventilation, and A/C certification after I graduated from middle school numerous years ago. I was the only female in my heating and cooling class and then I was the only one graduating from the technical school, too. It was a little bit different being the only female in the whole class, although I also enjoyed it. All of the guys liked me and I had so numerous dates lining up because of the lack of other girls in the class. So that was pretty nice. I also l gained a ton about heating and cooling in the class because everyone wanted to be my study partner. By the time all of us graduated, I suppose that I knew more about the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C industry than anyone else in the class. I got a genuinely great internship at one of the local heating and cooling companies here in city and I loved everyone who worked there. By the time that the internship was over, I had decided that this was the right fit for me and the owners of the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C contractor provided me a permanent position with their dealer. I was genuinely excited to be in the career that I loved and also to be working for a relaxing Heating, Ventilation, and A/C dealer. I continue to learn more and more about Heating, Ventilation, and A/C technology on a bi-weekly basis and I genuinely care about my co-workers and my clients, then however, I am still the only female Heating, Ventilation, and A/C specialist I know! It’s different being the only one, even at the meetings and training sessions that all of us have to go to! Last fall, I went to a big convention, and I never saw a single other female in any of the sessions.