HAMLET — Timothy Moses of Maxton graduated from the Electrical Lineman program on April 6 and shortly after was employed by Directional Providers Inc. in Hope Mills.
At age 29, Moses was the oldest one within the 2023 spring class.
“I’m in a special boat than the opposite guys as a result of they have been 19 to twenty years outdated,” Moses stated. “I did 5 years within the Marines, 5 years in legislation enforcement. I’m solely going to become old, so I used to be on the lookout for a profession that higher match the life-style I would like for me and my youngsters.”
After going by way of the Electrical Lineman program, Moses stated he appears like he’s on the best profession path to help his household and meet all the standards that he needs in a job.
“I really feel like I’ve completed one thing after I make a distinction. I went into the navy to make a distinction. I went into legislation enforcement to make a distinction,” he stated. “Now I selected this line of labor to be able to assist the neighborhood,” he stated.
Moses can also be a hands-on kind of man, and he loves being outdoors. The work schedule he was supplied by Directional Providers was additionally the best match for him, and he can have the chance to journey when he needs to journey.
As Moses will get prepared to start his profession, he feels properly ready because of the coaching he acquired at RichmondCC. The lineman program was difficult, he stated, which was a superb factor.
“I really feel just like the instructors examined us to a excessive diploma. They have been strict, however that made us all be higher and extra environment friendly,” Moses stated.