Michael R. Bryer began his professional career in 1985 at Shadyside Hospital in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. Mike started as a general laborer and was soon granted a position with the electric shop. While working in the electric shop Mike began his formal education at Dean Technical Institute earning a specialized associates degree in electrical technology.
Michael spent 17 years working in healthcare. During this period he was a member of the Hospital Engineers of Southwestern Pennsylvania (HESP). He acted as the educational chairman and organized numerous classes designed to fulfill continuing education requirements for lisecnsure with the City of Pittsburgh.
Michael left healthcare in 2002 with a move to higher education. He became a maintenance supervisor at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh. He oversaw and was responsible for day-to-day maintenance in more than 20 buildings and managed a workforce of electricians, plumbers, HVAC techs and service techs.
Michael earned a BS in Professional Studies majoring in Leadership and Communication during his time at Duquesne. Mike was with Duquesne University until 2014.
Michael next worked with The Pennsylvania State University, most know it simply as Penn State. As the electrical supervisor at Penn State he managed a crew of 20 electricians and electronic technicians to assure service to more than 40,000 student and 24,000 employees of the university.
In 2017 Michael left the university to begin teaching. His teaching venture began at Triangle Tech in Dubois Pennsylvania. Michael realized he had a passion for teaching and fully enjoyed giving back to a field which he had been involved with for more than thirty years. Michael left Triangle Tech and began instructor lead training with TPC. He travels extensively and teaches various groups with subjects ranging from basic electricity to trouble-shooting, National Electric Code and electrical safety.