Students = free education, large income

In the photo (from left to right) are Conner Russler signing with Local Ironworkers 290 Josh Russler, Conner, Pat Moharter, Kristen Mills and Bill Derringer. Conner’s commitment to this opportunity to study and work starts him off with an income of more than $ 75,000 during the first year and transfers him to the Journeyma Certificate, where his salary and benefits currently stand at more than $ 108,000.

Recently I had the opportunity to join TCN High School student Conner Resler as he took a four-year opportunity to study blacksmithing for free and also earned a large salary and a tourist card after graduation.

What does this mean for Conner?

Well, she will study for the next four years without debt and will have a career recognized everywhere in the United States! It also means that he will learn the skills needed to earn a salary and benefits, including medical care, retirement and retirement, and continuing education, which currently offers more than $ 108,000. Yes, I just said that Conner will make “six numbers” when he completes this opportunity.

Are you surprised? Most people. I am proud of Conner and hope that other students will take advantage of this career opportunity in business.

There are 14 shopping malls where high school graduates can participate; from carpenters and electricians to plumbers and plumbers, plumbers and welders. This business can be personally profitable when you “make America” and have a career that supports your family.

While signing Conner, TCN High School Principal Kristen Mills said, “North Tri-County High School staff are very proud of Connor for being accepted as a registered apprenticeship of railroad workers.” Ms Mill continued: “Connor is an amazing Northern panther, always polite, willing to work, punctual and responsible. He is a wonderful example and we hope that many of our young Panthers will follow in his footsteps. ”

Also at the signing ceremony, Conner’s father stated, “Conner’s hand is at work and seeing the end results of his efforts and living at the same time, something he is and can be proud of.”

I was personally excited by Conner, like his father and director – like Pat Moharter, a local blacksmith’s union 290 apprentice / training coordinator. Mr Moharter said: “We ironworkers are excited to offer Connor a place in our apprenticeship program next summer. We expect this to be a good opportunity for him to start his young career with a strong foot. ”He also said,“ We ​​look forward to seeing him as a blacksmith union worker in the 290 local a long career. , healthy and happy. “

There are many resources available to help us understand and appreciate the importance of “business” for our country and society. If you have more information for yourself or a girl / boy, granddaughter / granddaughter or friend, you can visit https://byf.org or contact me. [email protected]

In the photo (from left to right) are Conner Russler signing with Local Ironworkers 290 Josh Russler, Conner, Pat Moharter, Kristen Mills and Bill Derringer. Conner’s commitment to this opportunity to study and work starts him off with an income of more than $ 75,000 during the first year and transfers him to the Journeyma Certificate, where his salary and benefits currently stand at more than $ 108,000.

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