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Hey just want to get any advice/info on the process of becoming a mechanic. I going to college in Sept for Mechanical Techniques at my local college and then taking Motorcycle and Powersports Product Repair Techniques in Toronto. But the hardest step (in Ontario anyway) is to find some to hire me so I can start my apprenticeship. So what are some things I can do to increase my chances?
 

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Go and talk to some repair joints, ask to see the manager and ask questions of what they would be looking for in a new apprentice. If you seem proactive, somone may remember you when you come around looking for work.
Other than that, just work your butt off in school, and get good grades!

Good luck with it!
 

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Print some professional postcards with your contact,and telling them you will be ready on _________date., Take them around every 2-3 weeks and drop a new one off. Be polite and if a dealer won't take one smile and say thank you, 2-3 week laters stop in. and again and again :) The post cards are just a conversation opener and you will need to be confident and sell yourself and not cross that fine line of pushy. Apply Zandit's advice once you begin converstion. :)
 
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