I graduated from a local high school and joined SEDICK after working at another company.
At first I felt kind of lost but I basically like working with machines and the "at home" atmosphere at the company helped me get accustomed to it right away.
I think the greatest appeal this company offers is that one gets a clear and actual feel for "craftsmanship" for one job starting from zero and gradually moving through sales, design, fabrication, assembly and installation.
I am currently assisting in design work and can say that you get a real feeling of satisfaction from seeing the process in which your own design becomes a real object. (Though I probably make mistakes than successes along the way…)