A career that interests me is mechanics. I want to do that because my cousin is head mechanic at Signature Toyota and like 13th best mechanic in the world for Toyota. Although I prefer Chevy, it would still be a good job. I like it because I am good at breaking things and if you can fix them, it will save you a lot of money. I have always had a passion for motors and doing manual labor things since I was little. An attribute I have is I'm a little familiar with how to do some things with motors. I'm no expert by far, but I can do some little fixes since I work on a farm and had equipment breakdown and had to help fix it. That's why I want to get training and a job with it so I can become more knowledgeable about the field. One thing I've learned about me is if I'm willing to learn I can do well.
My goal to get there is to do the two years at the Vo-Tech through the school and after I graduate, find an on the site training program. In between now and when I graduate I can go over to my cousin's garage at his house who has a lift and everything to learn more things from him while learning some things from him. If I do well enough I can just get a job at Signature Toyota out of high school doing simple things like brakes and oil changes and take training from them when offered. I could just prove myself with hard work, showing up on time, and taking overtime when offered. If it doesn't work out that way I could just go to http://www.uti.edu/http://www.uti.edu/ which is the Universal Technical Institute.
I could probably make anywhere's between $19-32 an hour depending on the position I am in the shop. It depends how many hours I work.