College Works Painting Wisconsin
College Works Painting is a fully licensed and insured, EPA lead certified residential house painting company. College Works Painting has been providing homeowners with professional house painting services while teaching college students how to run their own house painting company since 1993. With our years of experience paired with our level of expertise, College Works Painting knows how to deliver a superior paint job at a fair price. With College Works Painting Wisconsin homeowners get to receive the benefits of working with a major house painting company while supporting their local community by helping Wisconsin college students prepare for their future.
College Works Painting is dedicated to providing each client with an exceptional house painting experience. We aim for 100% satisfaction and we come close to that goal at an unmatched 97% customer satisfaction rating. During our intensive training program for our college student painters, we focus heavily on customer service. With College Works Painting you can expect clear communication, consistent follow-up and follow-through.
College Works Painting understands that your home is likely your largest and most important investment. We train our house painters to approach each paint job with this in mind. Our house painters paint homes to enhance their beauty and to protect your investment. At College Works Painting we use only the top-of-the-line acrylic paints which are designed to protect your home from climate conditions. In addition, our house painters apply the precise amount of energy to the pre-painting preparation of your home to ensure proper paint adhesion. Working with College Works Painting you can expect the job to be done correctly.
To learn what other Wisconsin homeowners had to say about College Works Painting, read College Works Painting Reviews from Homeowners.
College is a tremendous accomplishment. No doubt you worked incredibly hard during high school to ensure you were accepted into college. This might make college seem like the finish line in that respect. It's not. College is the starting line. College is the time to prepare for your future. With the job market as difficult and competitive as it is today, you need to obtain legitimate work experience while in college so that you can successfully compete in the job market once you graduate. You have three opportunities to gain the skills required for the job market - your three summer breaks.
This summer, and each summer while still in college get a job or college internship in Wisconsin that will teach you transferable skills that you can apply to any job position in any industry. In order to gain the skills necessary to compete in the job market, you need an intensive internship position that will push you outside of your comfort zone. Scanning paperwork or pouring coffee over the summer, even for a brand name company, will not suffice. Only a position offering legitimate job functions will help propel your career.
The College Works Painting internship is designed to help college students earn money to pay for tuition and to give them the skills needed to advance their career after graduation. College Works Painting interns learn every aspect of running a business. As a College Works Painting intern you will interview, hire, and manage your own crew of house painters; interact with clients; market and sell work to last the entire summer; oversee jobsites; and manage the profitability of your business. The internship will teach you management and leadership skills, integrity, and responsibility. All of these skills can be applied to any job position and will undoubtedly advance your career.
Learn how College Works Painting helped other Wisconsin student's careers. Read College Works Painting Reviews From Students.
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Where We Have Painted
Some of our recent jobs are marked on the following maps. Click on the markers spread over the map of Wisconsin to see job highlights.