Application Process

Student Works Painting has an extensive selection process to ensure that students that receive a business territory, have the level of commitment required to be successful.

Attend Information Session
Complete Predictive Index Assessment
Complete and Submit Part 1
Complete and Submit Part 2

Assessment
Complete the assessment at Predictive Index. Select the link associated with your Student Works contact person. You will enter your name, email address. This step is a non-optional part of the process and must done at least a day before your next meeting with Student Works.

Send assessment to Cory Bartrim
Send assessment to Jordan Kipnes
Send assessment to Brooklyn Eakins
Send assessment to Jonah Neukomm
Send assessment to Quaid Parel
Send assessment to Ashley Hall
Send assessment to Ryan Beach
Send assessment to Angelika Sawka
Send assessment to Jessica Bruzzese

Part 1

Once you have attended an information meeting, select the Student Works representative you contacted and be sure to complete the online Business Application Part 1 form at least 2 days before your second meeting.

If you have not previously met with a Student Works representative, or do not have your contact’s name, then please select “General Application” from the Student Works Recipient drop-down in the form.

Part 2

Please fill out the Business Application Part 2, Business Questions and send a 300 word minimum cover letter to the person doing your interview via email. Please also print both documents and bring to your interview.

Video Messages to Applicants

Please take the time to view the messages that previous operators have made for YOU, the new applicant.

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

Student Works Painting has created many successful Canadian business leaders while providing summer employment for students

Previous Operators Speak

Would Not Trade This Experience

What I have learned and accomplished, gives me so much indescribable pride that I wouldn’t trade this experience for anything. Being able to say that I successfully ran a business at just 18 years old is incredible.

Joanna, Penticton

Test Your Limits

running a business is the difficult part and the one that will test your limits
Riley

Struggles And Things You Learn

cannot be completely understood until you have stood there and lived through them

Jay, 1 Year