Plumbing, Here I Come, Judaline Cassidy
Plumbing wasn’t Judaline Cassidy’s first career choice, but free tuition and a knack for problem-solving made it her best choice.
- In Trinidad and Tobago they offer free education for plumbing, electrical. So I said to myself, hmm, plumbing, electrical. Electrical I could get shocked. Plumbing I could get wet. Plumbing, here I come. And that's how I choose. And that's how I choose plumbing, but the irony of it, I fell in love with plumbing. I fell in love with the whole system of what people think plumbing is. They just think of toilets being clogged and undoing, but plumbing is way bigger than that. It's such a vast field. It makes you feel like I'm participating in society and creating something great and you walk around the city with a sense of pride, like I worked in that building, I did that in that building, I did this in that building. One of my proudest is recently the U.N. building. I worked at the U.N. building, putting in the water heaters. You can't get hot water without what I did.