Fully licensed and insured, College Works Painting is a professional house painting company. Painting homes in Utah since 1997, College Works Painting has the experience and expertise to provide top quality house painting services at a reasonable price. However, we’re not just your average painting company. College Works Painting is a college internship that teaches local college students how to run their very own house painting company over the summer. With College Works Painting you get to support your local community by helping the college students earn money for tuition and prepare for their future and you receive the benefits of working with a major house painting company.
Because we’re a college internship, we take the responsibility of instilling proper business values in the college student painters very seriously. At College Works Painting we aim to provide each client with an exceptional experience. A main focus we cover during our intensive training program is customer service. With College Works Painting you can expect clear and thorough communication, follow-up, and follow-through. It’s important that you, the homeowner, be involved in the painting process so that expectations are met and satisfaction is received. And in the off chance that you are not completely satisfied, College Works Painting has a leadership team and customer care staff readily available to assist.
College Works Painting paints to enhance your home’s beauty and to protect your home
from damage. At College Works Painting we understand that your home is likely your largest and most valuable investment. We approach each paint job with this in mind. Our house painters dedicate the precise amount of energy to the preparation work before paint is applied. Once painting begins, we use only the top-of-the-line acrylic paints to protect your home from climate conditions such as wind, solar, and water. We believe our dedication to ensuring the job is done properly has led to our consistent 97% customer satisfaction rating.
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Let’s cut to the chase. You need an internship in Utah this summer (and all proceeding summers while you’re still in college). Here’s why. Today’s job market is more difficult and challenging than ever. Millions of college students will graduate nationwide, thousands just in Utah, and will compete for jobs against each other and against other job seekers with several years of experience in the workforce. This means that applying for a job with just a four year degree won’t cut it. In addition to your degree- which is incredibly important- you need work experience in order to land a job after graduation.
Here are some pointers when searching for a job or internship while in college:
Conduct career research to start
Will the internship be a good cultural fit for you? In order to do well at anything you need to enjoy it.
What is the track record of the intern supervisor? Does he have proven skills to teach you?
What are the job functions of the internship? Will you gain transferable skills from this job or is it mindless work that will not help build your resume?
What is the industry recognition of the company? Have other college students benefited from the internship?
Will the internship offer you real experience that will separate you from your peers?
The College Works Painting internship teaches college students how to run their own house painting company. As a College Works Painting intern you will learn every aspect of running a business firsthand. You will interview, hire, and manage your own crew of house painters; market and sell paint jobs to last the entire summer before you return to school; interact with and maintain good relationships with clients; and manage the profitability of your business. The interns at College Works Painting gain real-life, transferable skills that apply to every industry for any job position.
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