dress clean and neat and start going around to all the contractors.
go to RSL in bby/van and look at the notice boards also stop in at werners in van and bby and look at the notice boards . Put your own notice up on their boards (ask permission first) you could try and go out to coq and langly rsl too. Don't forget Independant supply in BBY too.
Talk to the counter guys at these locations and see what they know or who they know as well
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When you do get that first job, there should be NOTHING that you are not willing to do. If you don't understand an instruction, ASK. If you don't know how to do a certain job,ASK.If there is nothing to do for a few minutes, grab a broom, keep busy. DON'T stand around with your hands in your pockets.
You can find the key if you keep hard at it(npi**) and the only thing stopping you is your own abilities. The key is to keep learning. Push your self. You'll only get in if you have something someone needs and/or more than the next guy has to offer. I went from a C student to a solid A in 9 months of pre-apprenticeship school... since entering this trade I have only not had a job for 3 1/2 hours in 1982. Honest.