My passion growing up was to always be a carpenter but being unable to do that in such a small community didn't help me at all. I did volunteer work for some people who had companies in the trade and for two years I gained enough experience to continue my passion. I took a course in dauphin MB for an apprenticeship in carpentry. This enabled me to get my WHIMS certificate and learn other valuable skills in the trade that I have not forgotten. I am also a wilderness first responder recognized by the medical associates international. I acquired this at THCF over the course that I was there, this gives me knowledge on first aid and how to deal with accidents that may happen on any given work-site. I also have general labor experience in many fields of work this includes warehouse, summer student jobs, painting, demolition, carpentry
my responsibilities included prep work,setting up and stocking stations, ensure everything is in working order, Cleaning the stations and sanitize everything.