Ever since I was in my early teens, I’ve had a strong interest in motorcycles. Currently, I own a 2003 Harley Sportster and a 1973 Triumph Tiger. Just recently, I finally decided to enroll in a motorcycle repair school and I’m very glad that I did so.
For the past few years, I’ve been working at a fast food restaurant located a couple of miles from my home. I really don’t mind working there, but my income is barely enough to survive on. Many times, I’d thought about working with motorcycles, but was never motivated enough to do something about it.
After seeing several TV commercials for a well-known motorcycle repair school in my home state, I decided to contact the school via their web site.
After filling out a form asking for more infomation about their courses, an admissions representative got in touch with me.
I spoke with the admissions representative on the telephone and he sent an email that contained information about the school and the various courses that are offered.
We also discussed the different types of financial aid that are available, as well as the large amounts of money I can earn as a motorcycle mechanic. By completing the program and receiving my motorcycle mechanic certificate, I can not only earn much more money than I make now, but I can also gain more career satisfaction.
A few days later, I toured the school campus and decided to improve my life by enrolling in the school. Now, I’m in my third week at the school and I’m loving it.
For the first time in years, I feel like I’m doing something that makes a difference. I used to feel like I was only good for cooking French fries and burgers. Since enrolling in the motorcycle repair school, I feel like I’m embarking on a career that really matters.
Although I’m still working at the restaurant, I plan on being a motorcycle mechanic after I graduate from school. I can’t wait to get out of bed in the morning now, because I’m so excited about going to school to learn about something that I really enjoy doing.