Video Messages to Applicants
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Own an unique Business Model in Western Canada
For over 25 years, Student Works has been successfully guiding students towards the ultimate goal of owning their own business. By offering franchise opportunities to student entrepreneurs, we’ve been contributing to Western Canada’s number of successful business owners over the past quarter century. Whether you’re a current university student, or a fresh graduate and you live in Vancouver, Calgary, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Regina, Edmonton or anywhere in Western Canada, these student franchise ownership opportunities are meant for you!
Interested in starting your own business?
How A StudentWorks Business Model Works
Over the summer, instead of toiling away at a summer job, we’ll provide you with the necessary skills you’ll need to run your own successful painting business … all while being paid handsomely and earning yourself some real world entrepreneurial experience (an asset that will vault you years ahead of your peers). Experience is quickly becoming as important as education and this program will give you a strong job market edge.
We’ll help you set-up Your Business
you will be taught step-by-step how to manage your business
Recruiting and Interviewing
recruit students as painter employees
Marketing, Estimating, Sales
find customers, create estimates, complete sales
Employee Motivation, Client Relations
Time Management, Organization
Cost Control and Profit Analysis
StudentWorks will be with You
Every step of the way
Starting Your Own Business is a Stroke of Genius
Be A Business Leader
Student Works is in the business of creating leaders by recruiting, training and coaching the best students across Canada
Studentworks Painting has created many successful Canadian business leaders while providing summer employment for students
Previous Operators Speak
One of the better decisions I’ve made in my time at University. At first it seems daunting and confusing as to how someone can run a business at this age and honestly I had only a small idea of what I was getting myself into.