Hello all, I am new to the board and thought I would ask and see what the group had to say about learning the trade. Now I am not a spring chicken, I am a active duty vet about to retire and I have my GI Bill to use. I thought long and hard about it and decided I don't want to go out into a job I don't love and would rather do what I enjoy, wrenching on cars and building things. I have been looking into schools, Wyotech, McPherson College, Penn College, Ohio Tech etc, and I am trying to figure out which is the best way to go. I have used the search button and came upon some dated threads on some of these but they were filled more with philosophy than with strong advice. While a good lesson is not lost on me, I have the GI Bill to pay my way and I want to learn as soon as possible and spend as much time as I can getting into car building. I have already spent 20 years in a profession so I got that chapter in life done, time to move on. So any solid thoughts on these schools or maybe some insight into ones I don't know about? I am from SoCal and would love to move back there but I am open minded to get the training I need/want. After that, I am sure I will have to pay my dues where ever I go and keep learning.