PLUMBER AND STEAMFITTERS
If you don't have the answer to this question, that's okay!
In order to determine what career is the best fit for you, it is important to spend time self-evaluating your skills, values, strengths, weaknesses, and interests.
Self-evaluation will help to cross-out careers that are not complimentary of your strengths, personality, and life goals, while helps direct you toward job opportunities that fit in with what you want out of life. These evaluations will help you consider work/life balance, flexibility, a "9-to-5" desk job versus a job where you are required to be on your feet.
Here are some resources to get you started!
Informational Interview – What it is and why its important:
When exploring interest and a career pathways, it is sometimes extrememly useful to interview someone who is already doing the job! Here are some questions to help guide you when you ask those questions. It is a long list and depending on how much time you have with the interviewee, pick the ones that is most relevant to you:
EXPLORE YOUR SKILLS AND INTERESTS
Contact: Jonathan Donato, Sergeant First Class
Pleasant Hill Recruiting Station
Tel: (559) 381-0775
THE US NATIONAL GUARD
Contact: Jesse Perez
200 Bennett Avenue, Vallejo
THE US AIR FORCE ACADEMY
Contact: Connor L Nicholas, SSgt, USAF
United States Air Force Academy, Air Force
THE US AIR FORCE
Contact: Connor L. Nicholas, SSgt, USAF
United States Air Force, Enlisted Accessions Recruiter
Tel: (925) 368-3978
THE US MARINES
Contact: Sergeant Myers, Omicamy
Recruiting Sub Station Concord
THE US NAVY
Contact: Petty Officer Cadet, Katiana