Finding a reliable resource for high-quality house painting can be a challenge. So can paying for college. College Works Painting offers a unique solution for both. Training and helping young entrepreneurs to manage their very own painting business, we give them the chance to earn their way through school, while offering homeowners a smart, professional, affordable way to beautify and invest in their home. With College Works Painting, everybody wins.
College Works Painting gives undergraduate students an extraordinary opportunity to build a competitive resume and gain marketable skills by teaching them how to manage their very own painting business.
We help them develop and demonstrate a strong skillset encompassing business ethics, communication, organizational management and sales, along with a firm understanding of the mechanics of leadership applicable to any profession.
We pride ourselves on delivering quality workmanship at a fair price, on immaculate jobsites and earning the unqualified trust of our customers. We use nothing but top-of-the-line materials. And our team members are always energetic, polite and highly industrious.
Not surprisingly, our customer satisfaction ratings are some of the highest in the industry.
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Pros: This is my second year with the company and I've never had such a challenging and accomplishing experience in my life. I've learned more about myself, management, the real world and business than I could have possibly asked for. This internship… – Full Review
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