College Works Painting
College Works Painting is a college internship in Mission Viejo. Via the College Works Painting internship local students from southern California schools, such as San Diego State University, University of California, Irvine, or University of California San Diego, get an opportunity to run their own company house painting in Mission Viejo over the summer. With College Works Painting homeowners can expect a professional paint job at a fair price. Painting in California since 1993 College Works Painting has the expertise to provide top quality house painting services. To ensure each homeowner receives relevant painting tips and guidance all College Works Painting interns undergo an extensive training program well before painting begins in the summer. In addition, the trainings continue throughout the summer to ensure continued learning and success. While the initial training program is a bit formal, our summer training sessions are more relaxed (no formal dress code required) and encourage intern participation and team work. Amongst the group interns will seek business advice with areas they may be struggling with or they may share best practices in areas where they’re achieving great success. This creates a relaxed and open atmosphere which is important because success is best achieved with the support of others.
Because we are a college internship, we take the responsibility of teaching college students how to run a proper business very seriously. We paint the proper way so the paint job lasts, we put the client first, and we donate to worthy charities. None of this is new to College Works Painting; we’ve been doing this since our inception. For instance, over the years College Works Painting has donated to St. Judes Children’s Research Hospital and to the Make a Wish foundation. More recently, however, we have been donating a portion of our proceeds to Augie’s Quest to help support the cause to cure ALS. Donating is an important example to teach to our future leaders, our College Works Painting interns.