Veteran soldiers who have left the military find it difficult to conform or fit in the civilian life. This is because military life is different from civilian life. A similar case happened to Nick Hughes, a veteran of the US Navy. After leaving the Navy, he had trouble in identifying the career path that suited him.
Later on, Hughes joined the College of Southern Nevada to undertake an applied science majoring in the air conditioning technology program, which was to take him two years. In a couple of weeks, Hughes will graduate from the College as a professional in air condition technology as well as the official recipient of the second Post 9/11 Veterans Tools Award. Ken Goodrich, the Goettl Air Conditioning owner, is the sponsor of the Award.
The Post 9/11 Veterans Tools Award comprises of air conditioning tools, which are valued at $1000.The Award is expected to facilitate Hughes in his career endeavors, especially after graduating from college. For a span of about seven years, Hughes was a Navy cook before leaving. He revealed that to begin a career in air conditioning service, one requires money to procure the numerous tools required for this line of work since they are highly expensive.
The Chairperson of the applied science department in the Southern Nevada College, Dennis Soukup, asserted that the Award came to be through a collaboration between him and Goodrich. He added that after completing his studies in air conditioning technology, he only had bolts, nuts and screwdrivers. He could not manage to procure the recommended tools that Hughes received.
Goettl Air Conditioning
Adam and Gust Goettl initially started Goettl in 1939.Later in 2013, Ken Goodrich bought the company and has managed to spearhead the operations of the company ever since. The company deals with dual fuel AC systems,and Evaporative (Swamp) coolers. In addition, the company has branches in Tucson, Las Vegas, and Phoenix. The information can be obtained from http://www.goettl.com/phoenix-air-conditioning
The Original information was reported on PRNewswire