How to help new energy pros migrate into our new career as fresh students right out of class

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My name is Ronald Stevens I'm a student enrolled in the BPI program at Consumnes River College in Sacramento California. I just passed my written exam, I'm now in the process of learning the final phases of my field exam. I have 6 weeks of class left and I'm really excited about my future. I welcome any tips and advice that will not only help me navigate my way into my new career; but also, help me to be a true professional and thrive.   

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So glad to hear, good luck!

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