A typical work day started around 7am as I get ready for my first job at 8am. I pick up my team from a preset location and we drive to the first job. I go to greet the customer and inform them on the job we will be performing and give them a rough estimate of how long it will take and who my crew consists of. While I do this, my team unloads my car and set up all the equipment. One job typically takes around 1-2 hours and there around usually around 3-5 jobs a day. By the end of the day, I drop my team off at the same location I picked them up and I head home to input data onto the College Pro system used to keep track of sales and customers. After this, I call customers in order to set up more jobs for upcoming weeks and market the company until 9pm. I learned a lot about myself and the workload that I could personally handle, I learned a vast amount of skills ranging from attention to detail to leadership. My co-workers were always students that I had picked myself so I thoroughly enjoyed working with my team on most days. The hardest parts of the job would be the long days and the best parts of the job were the people.
Get to work with students, costumers are very friendly, outdoors, developed a huge variety of business and leadership skills
Very long work days and weeks, a lot of time commitment