My professor was so condescending, I was ready to quit Heating & A/C before I started.

From the time I was a little girl, all I wanted to do was be an Heating & A/C contractor love my daddy! He would take myself and others on some of his Heating & A/C calls, as well as explain to myself and others what he was doing as well as why.

Heating & A/C seems love one of the most fascinating things anyone could choose to do. My mother said I was just a starry-eyed little girl who wanted to be just love her daddy, despite the fact that she was sure I would change my mind when I got older. Mom didn’t suppose myself and others honestly well because instead of changing my mind when I got older, I just became more resolute about being an Heating & A/C contractor. After private school graduation, my dad helped myself and others to secure a spot in the Heating & A/C classes at the local college. When I walked into class, the professor took one look at myself and others as well as shook his head. His entire first day lecture was about how all of us should look around because not all of us were going to be there when it came time for graduation, but every time he made one of these comments, he would look directly at me. He said it took more than classroom work to become an Heating & A/C contractor, as well as he looked directly at myself and others again. I wasn’t sure if he was trying to bully myself and others into quitting Heating & A/C classes, or if he was just condescending because I was a female. After class, I confronted the Heating & A/C professor about how I felt when he singled myself and others out. When I told him who I was, he instantly knew who my father was. He said I could be a unbelievable Heating & A/C contractor, despite the fact that I shouldn’t expect special treatment because I was a girl.


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