Gives students the ability to add valuable field experience to their classroom curriculum
June 27, 2016
HomeServe USA, a provider of home repair service plans, announced a pilot program with Lincoln Technical Institute, Union, New Jersey, that will enable students to gain real-world experience in the HVAC field by allowing them to shadow HomeServe certified technicians.
Partners with Troops to Trades, an organization dedicated to helping veterans with career development
June 6, 2016
Blanton’s Heating, Air & Electrical announced that it has partnered with Troops to Trades, a nonprofit organization, in an effort to provide veterans, National Guard, and Reserve members with career placement options, training grants, and scholarships to help them find careers in HVAC and other trades.
Goettl Air Conditioning sponsors $1,000 in tools to help student start career
May 23, 2016
Nick Hughes didn't know what career he wanted to pursue when he left the U.S. Navy three years ago. Now, he will soon graduate from the two-year applied science in air conditioning technology program at the College of Southern Nevada (CSN) as the recipient of the Post 9/11 Veterans Tools Award.
Florida HVAC contractor posts job openings at the company
May 9, 2016
All Year Cooling, a south Florida air conditioning installation and repair company, announced it is expanding its workforce. The family-owned business is growing and is looking for qualified candidates to fill essential positions on its team.
‘Hot Under the Blue Collar’ highlights the opportunities that a career in the trades can offer
April 15, 2016
One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning®, Benjamin Franklin Plumbing®, and Mister Sparky®, part of the Direct Energy® family of home service franchise brands, have launched a new webisode series to highlight the rewards, benefits, and opportunities that a career in the skilled trades can offer.
Lynn Dison, an applications engineer at RAE Corp., shares the wisdom of six decades
April 4, 2016
Looking back on a refrigeration technology career stretching over six decades, Lynn Dison, an applications engineer with RAE Corp., said that he knew from the very start of it all that he would be at home in the industry for his entire career.