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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jun 2011
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    NYC
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    Nuther New Guy signing in....

    Have decided to make this my new career and have been lurking for a while. I'm at the point where I need to make a decision between 2 schools. At this point the cost of tuition is a concern. I know, you get what you pay for. That doesn't change the cost of the tuition though. I know I will be asking many questions over the coming months and want to say in advance, I appreciate any and all hel, guidance, and wisdom given to me. So it begins.......

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Feb 2011
    Location
    Gainesville, Georgia
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    Welcome to the site and good luck with school. I just finished tech school but luckily my tuition and books where covered by the "Hope Grant" (Lottery money). A big thank you to everyone that plays the lottery in Georgia. I feel like I won the lottery and never bought a ticket.

    This is a second career for me as well. Without large earth moving construction there is no demand for my previous skill set.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jun 2011
    Location
    Puget Sound area, Wa
    Posts
    130
    IMO the largest tuition isn't always the best school. I went to UTI and we had plenty of guys paying the tuition, going to school but not taking the full oppurtunity that the school was offering. I believe as long as you are willing to give a 100% to your learning then most schools will work because after school is where the real learning begins.

  4. #4
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    In a boiler room
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    Welcome to the site!

    Learn all you can at school and get the basics into your head. But the real learning starts when you get on the job.

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