"Hard Knocks, My Life Inside Boiler Rooms" takes an in-depth look at what it takes to be a top-notch, heavyweight hydronic system service technician, installer, and designer from a professional who spent nearly 40 years in the trenches.
Thirty students were awarded a total of $55,500 in scholarships funded by the foundation, Gerry Kennedy, Steve and Isabella Schaeffer, Anne Williams, the McGlame-Wordell Scholarship Committee, the PHCC Auxiliary of Texas, the PHCC Auxiliary of Massachusetts and PHCC's Past National Officers; an additional 25 students have received 2020 scholarships thanks to $56,500 in funding provided by several PHCP companies.
This year, the organizations proudly recognized Cory Hoopes of Focus Plumbing in Nevada as the PHCC Plumbing Contractor of the Year, and Ed Zalko, a third-year apprentice with PHCC’s Greater Sacramento Area Plumbing Apprentice Program, as the PHCC Plumbing Apprentice of the Year.
This Careers in Construction Month, RWC will honor trade careers by shining a light on the plethora of opportunities for professional development in plumbing to ensure the industry has a thriving future.
Tune in to hear a vulnerable discussion on life as a serial entrepreneur, working for a family business, and finding love through our industry, as well as how Josh went from working 80-hour weeks to establishing his ideal work-life balance and staying in touch with what matters!