Right now I'm just a student.
I worked at a bowling alley in high school and managed to get to work in the back on the machines. I started out just catching minor calls like when a ball was stuck and couldn't get back up.
I was then sent to Ohio for training to become certified on the machines. I got certified to do heavy rebuilding work on the machines. Most of them were installed 40 or so years ago so they require constant maintenance to keep running well nowadays, I'm also 1 of about 30 people worldwide who have a level II certification on Kegel oil machines. I went to Florida to get that certification.
However that's not what I want to do for a living. I'm currently trying to keep my grades up enough to get into vet school. I was misguided and apathetic in high school and graduated with about a C average. Mind you this is my 1st semester back to school so I've got a long ways to go still but I'm currently on stride for a 4.0
It's the greatest feeling ever to finally be achieving what I always thought I could but never worked hard enough for in high school!