When I decided that I was going to start working for a local college I honestly didn’t recognize how long I would last there. I was uneasy that my peers would be boring and overly serious. I thought that I wouldn’t be able to fit in with the school culture. I uneasy that I wasn’t academic enough to be accepted in that kind of a social situation. Thank God, I wound up at the trade school portion of the University. I couldn’t be happier working in my position and I do not system on leaving anytime soon. The trade school is recognizably awesome because they are constantly looking for volunteers to sacrifice their cars and Heating and A/C systems for the purpose of teaching the students. Because they have a sizable heating and cooling repair program which offers Heating and A/C certification in less than 18 weeks they are constantly looking for Heating and A/C systems to practice on. It’s hard to find enough heating, cooling, and air quality control devices around the university for every future air quality control specialist to get their education. Instead, they asked the staff to allow the heating and cooling interns to perform their routine repair and repair appointments on any sort of forced air gas furnace, boiler system, air cleaner, or a/c unit. I am more than glad to let them come in and repair my Heating and A/C plan on any given morning. Since I started working at the school about 5 years ago, I have improved my utility bills without calling a single professional Heating and A/C professional. I care about working near the Heating and A/C certification program.