Students working under the Student Works Management Program learn invaluable lessons and hone their skills all passed down from industry leaders, alumni and fellow owner/operators as they construct their painting businesses. They take this wealth of business-savvy knowledge along with a well-rounded work ethic and passion for community and giving back as they support the MS Society of Canada each year through the Student Works Car Washes.
On June 15th at the Complexe Pointe Claire, 755 St-Jean, Suite 160, young entrepreneurs and business owners will wash cars, bikes and scooters to raise money for the MS Society of Canada. These student workers are looking to our community to join them as they support the MS Society and the Canadians that are affected. Come out and support them as they come together to find a cure for MS from 10:00AM to 3:00PM in Pointe-Claire.
About Student Works
The Student Works Management Program encourages partnership between business owner/operators to share work and skills while fostering independence. They provide guidance and support and rallies its teams together to embody the spirit of community: a fundamental pillar in the organization.
The organization acts as a hub for entrepreneurial-minded students who have a passion and drive to turn their short, three-month window of opportunity, into a highly successful business while stepping away from traditional summer job options into employment that not only helps to fund their education, but also provides them with invaluable work experience and a bank of knowledge to take beyond their work over the summer and time as a student.