PJC students graduate with Air Condit...

PJC students graduate with Air Conditioning & Refrigeration degrees

There are 8 comments on the EParis Extra story from Aug 10, 2012, titled PJC students graduate with Air Conditioning & Refrigeration degrees. In it, EParis Extra reports that:

Evening Air Conditioning /Refrigeration graduates at Paris Junior College are, front row : Rickey Wayne Hodges of Paris, Texas, Randell Lance Bridges of Blossom, Texas, Instructor Jenna Ormsbee, Houston Garner Helms of Klondike, Texas, Clifton Eugene Hayes of Powdery, Texas, and Brian Lee McClure of Sulphur Springs, Texas.A Second Row : Cecil Andre ... (more)

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Celine

Toronto, Canada

#1 Feb 5, 2015
It's really impressive to see their hard work and dedication paying off. I clicked on their story and was pleased to find their pictures as well! What exactly do they require you to know for air conditioning training and certifications?
http://www.clarkair.com.au
Just my thoughts

Houston, TX

#2 Feb 5, 2015
CONGRATULATIONS !!!
It's dedication to learn a trade, and should not be taken lightly. Everyone should aspire to better themselves, especially in getting a career versus just having a job.
It's never too late to go back to college or to a vocational education training program. The best part is the financial benefit, as well feeling that accomplishment.
frank freeman

Sapulpa, OK

#3 Apr 10, 2015
but the con is they have you do ductwork when you get a job.most companies dont hire service techs right out of school .unless its their kinfolk.
so basically your a grunt.the same job they give to a highschool dropout.
almost every college career is a scam these days ,like a military recruiter.
Hello Larry

Sulphur Springs, TX

#4 Apr 11, 2015
frank freeman wrote:
but the con is they have you do ductwork when you get a job.most companies dont hire service techs right out of school .unless its their kinfolk.
so basically your a grunt.the same job they give to a highschool dropout.
almost every college career is a scam these days ,like a military recruiter.

Frank, one doesn't start at the top of the heap right after schooling. Almost everyone starts at the bottom. Fact.
frank freeman

Sapulpa, OK

#5 Apr 12, 2015
Hello Larry wrote:
<quoted text>
Frank, one doesn't start at the top of the heap right after schooling. Almost everyone starts at the bottom. Fact.
not me.two weeks under bosses wing and then onto my own service calls.
i knew guys working for company for five years doing duct work.i was there one week and quit.i was doing service calls the next day at a new company.
the excuse you use is typical of an employer.
i know the bs jybe.
i got this little black book of excuses ive heard from employers over the years.most employers are just good bs artist.
Hello Larry

Sulphur Springs, TX

#6 Apr 13, 2015
Congratulations on your rapid rise in your company, Frank. Do you work for a local company? With your attitude, I don't know if I would like you working on my AC. BTW, what is a "jybe"?
Jerry

Paris, TX

#7 Apr 13, 2015
Do what? No way!!!!!!!!!!1
Lucky duck

United States

#8 Apr 17, 2015
Sounds good

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