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    Hello

    Hello,

    I joined so I could access the Educational forums so I could learn more about refrigeration. My father owns a company that manufactures walk-ins and sells refrigeration equipment and I will be working here from time to time while attending community college.

    I would really like to learn more about refrigeration so I can work at this company as a backup plan but I don't know anything about refrigeration. I want to access the educational forums but cannot as I am not a professional member. I pretty much have no experience in this field so I don't know how I can become a professional member.

    Anybody have some tips?

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    Welcome here!

    Students definitely qualify for pro membership. Just get your post count up to 15 and then apply.

    And filling out your profile doesn't hurt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckcrj View Post
    Welcome here!

    Students definitely qualify for pro membership. Just get your post count up to 15 and then apply.

    And filling out your profile doesn't hurt.
    Thanks, will do. I'm looking into getting my professional certification but I don't have any certificate or business affiliation, unless perhaps a business card with my name on it will work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heatkaft View Post
    Thanks, will do. I'm looking into getting my professional certification but I don't have any certificate or business affiliation, unless perhaps a business card with my name on it will work.
    Some document proving you are going to school should do the trick.

    Contact the membership committee to find out exactly what they need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckcrj View Post
    Some document proving you are going to school should do the trick.

    Contact the membership committee to find out exactly what they need.
    I graduated from university last year but I'm planning on taking some languages at my local community college so I haven't actually started any classes yet. I hope there could be some other form of document I can send.

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