Mike Rowe says: “Not all knowledge comes from college, but skill is always a matter of a degree.” Where will you find your knowledge?
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In this short video, RSI partner Mike Rowe covers the skills gap. This means a lot, like that the supply of skilled tradesmen is lower than the demand, and that there’s a need that must be filled. It also means this: there’s a great opportunity for anyone looking to start a new career, or find one for the first time.
The Refrigeration School is partnering with the Mike Rowe Works foundation. The Mike Rowe Works Foundation is committed to closing the skills gap in America. The Mike Rowe Works RSI scholarships will be offered to high school seniors seeking trade or technical training at RSI.
For more information visit Mike Rowe’s website at MikeRoweWorks.com/RSI.
See our website for information about other financial aid options. Whether you’re in-state, out of-state, international or undocumented, there are likely options for you. Remember: you don’t know if you qualify if you don’t try!
The Refrigeration School programs take as little as six months for you to graduate. Financial Aid is available for those who qualify! Training in Electro-Mechanical Technologies, Refrigeration Technologies, or Mechanical Maintenance Engineering could be the start of a lifelong career in HVAC/R, solar power and technology, or mechanical maintenance. The Refrigeration School (RSI) is the largest HVAC/R school in the United States! RSI was founded in Phoenix, Arizona in 1965 and offers a variety of programs and classes session to best fit your needs.
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Mike Rowe: We got ourselves a skills gap. That means more people wanna work in the corner office than know-how to build the corner office. It also means real opportunities for anyone willing to take the time to learn a skill, or master a trade. Not all knowledge
comes from college, but skill is always a matter of degree.
Narrator: Scholarships will be offered to high school seniors seeking trade or technical training at RSI. Visit MikeRoweWorks.com/RSI.