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  1. #1
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    Probably a Long Shot.

    It seems I cannot post in the Job Forum. Not a Pro member. I should look into that. If theres a mod that thinks this would be better there please move it?

    I have to do a practicum with an HVAC or Refrigeration company as part of my schooling. I was wondering if there were any companies in either the Saint John or Fredericton, NB area that would be interested in a free gopher for a week. Please PM me or post here and I will get in contact with you as soon as I can. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RayD8630 View Post
    It seems I cannot post in the Job Forum. Not a Pro member. I should look into that. If theres a mod that thinks this would be better there please move it?

    I have to do a practicum with an HVAC or Refrigeration company as part of my schooling. I was wondering if there were any companies in either the Saint John or Fredericton, NB area that would be interested in a free gopher for a week. Please PM me or post here and I will get in contact with you as soon as I can. Thanks.
    Yes you should apply for pro ton's of info and access to the Educational Forums
    with even more info to do had.
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  3. #3
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    Pro membership is not required to post in teh Job discussion forum.

    I'm moving this to there.
    If you have a problem posting to this thread again. let me know, and I can move it back.

    And yes. You should apply for pro membership. There is a lot you can learn in the pro forums, and educational forums.
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    Found someone. This can be deleted. Thanks.

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