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    Maryland Entry-Level/Helper Jobs Available???

    I'm about to start a 4-year apprenticeship. I have no experience in the field. I have my apprentice license, and I'm studying for my EPA type II. I'm wondering if anyone knows of a company that is hiring helpers/entry-level apprentices that are new to the field. I understand that i will be doing grunt work, which i have no problem doing. I just need someone to let me get my feet wet to start gaining OTJ experience. If anyone can help I would appreciate it. Thanks in advance.

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    MD is a big state
    Guinness for strength

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    In other words, where are you looking to work. There IS no life west of the Chesapeake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MD-HVAC View Post
    I'm about to start a 4-year apprenticeship.
    What do you mean by this, are you enrolled in school? You can start an apprenticeship unless you're working for someone.

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    lets put this way; doesn't matter where you are unless is a desert island. people need heating,cooling and refrigeration everywhere. get a hold of the yellow pages,call the companies,ask for a job and if you are willing to work somebody will hire you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B_roche View Post
    MD is a big state
    +1
    Quote Originally Posted by Stamas View Post
    In other words, where are you looking to work. There IS no life west of the Chesapeake.
    Lol

    Quote Originally Posted by pbharvey View Post
    What do you mean by this, are you enrolled in school? You can start an apprenticeship unless you're working for someone.
    Union maybe?

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    The HACC of Maryland Apprenticeship Program was established in 1996 to train technicians to work in the HVACR industry. Well-trained, reliable technicians are in constant demand in the industry.

    Although you do not have to be employed by an HVACR contractor to start the program, applicants will need to find a job in the industry by the start of your second year in the program.

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    I'm located in harford county. Willing to travel an hour + for employment.

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    Go talk to the folks at Level Heating.

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