High School Senior Signs Letter of Intent to Work for Plumbing Company

High School Senior Signs Letter of Intent to Work for Plumbing Company

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It’s that time of year where, with another school year ending, you typically see high school athletes holding ceremonies to sign letters of intent for the colleges they’ll be attending. But one high school senior at Montgomery County High School in Kentucky did something a little different with such a ceremony — he signed a letter of intent for a plumbing company.

Jacob Bradley recently formally announced his intent to join Fast Flow Plumbing as an apprentice after graduation.

“It’s just more of my style,” Bradley told TV news station WDKY. “I was never really wanting to be an accountant or sit down. I enjoy working with my hands a lot.”

Bradley has already been spending half of every school day since March learning the trade since first meeting Ben Crum, Fast Flow Plumbing vice president, at a career fair.

“We are willing to invest in anyone that comes to us,” Crum told WDKY. 



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