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“Train you very well in the areas of marketing and sales since this is what a typical inter. Will do from February - August, but production training is in May, the week before interns start production and it was not good. We were given 2.5 days to crash course learn everything about paint and our painters were never trained like they said they would be ”
“There are a lot of bonuses offered depending on certain revenue goals an intern reached”
“Working from home and while traveling is a huge plus. There are many instances where I don't need to go out in the field or to the office for an entire week.”
Best part is the experience you gain, it is incomparable to any classroom learning or typical internship. Additionally the relationships that you make become friendships for a lifetime.
They don’t offer any benefits at all.
There is not a guaranteed benefits package with College Works Painting
Being that it is an internship, there were no full time benefits offered to interns. Benefits become available if you are a top performer and are hired on full time after your internship.
Not much aside from covering injuries
College Works Painting offers a variety of company wide trips across the country, as well as a year end trip to Cancun Mexico.
The company perks was that at the end if you met your sales quota, you would get a free group vacation with your fellow colleagues to Mexico.
There are no benefits offered by College Works. You work as much as a fill time job but it’s on your own time. If you ever try to take days off they discourage it
Best - autonomy, no office, work from home, Cancun company trip for top performers Worst - no 401k, retirement
College works provides workers compensation for on the job injuries which was comforting as well as provided customer satisfaction bonuses and sales commissions beyond the normal salary.
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