If you have math and problem solving skills, can gain understanding by doing, watching and thinking, and want to have the satisfaction of making things that make a difference on people’s lives- like anti lock brake parts, or medical device components, or critical pieces for “Anything that goes”- I respectfully suggest that you check out the precision machining program at your local community college.
If you do I sincerely believe that you will be celebrating Labor Day differently next year.
To find a Machinist Training Program near you just type in the phrase ” Precision Machining Community Colleges” or “Machinist Training” and the state you live in to get started on your way to celebrating Labor Day next year.
Disclaimer: I have personal experience with a certificate program from Lorain County Community College– I know this pathway works because it worked for me! (I was in Quality Control Program.)