WOBURN, MA -- (Marketwire) -- 10/16/12 -- Now that summer has officially come and gone, can you say that you did anything with your time to further your career goals? College Pro Painters internship alumni can say that and more. College Pro Painters has been giving college and university students and entrepreneurs the tools to succeed for over 40 years. The idea is simple, but you only get out of it what you put into it.
In rudimentary terms, the College Pro Painters franchise internship gives qualified students and graduates the chance to run their own painting business. Don't worry... you won't be thrown into the lion's den without some help! Students who join the College Pro Painters internship are given all the tools and training necessary to find success within the program. More and more students are graduating and having difficulty finding sustainable long-lasting careers; which is why it is important to show potential employers that you aren't just another run-of-the-mill college or university graduate. How do you do this? Get good grades? Yes, that is absolutely necessary, but what if everyone you will be competing against has the same marks you do? How do you differentiate yourself?
To answer this question with another question; how do you think your resume will compare to another's when yours says that you have owned and operated your own small business? The skills on your résumé could read:
•Created and managed marketing, sales, and production plans for a small business •Interviewed and selected a team of painters and customer service representatives •Built and maintained a financial budget from the ground up •Executed day to day activities for an entire business •Learned the ways of customer service by interacting with potential customers and those who bought services •Trained and practiced selling services to a local community
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