Awards, Events, Incentives

At Student Works, we believe in rewarding people for hitting both short and long term goals. We have both a District Manager and company sponsored prizes, events and incentives.

Annual Award Ceremony and Boat Cruise in Vancouver on the Labour Day long weekend. Our incentive trip to Mexico for those people who have hit a certain production targets.

Boat Cruise Awards 2015

Quality Workmanship

Jordan Kipnes, Richmond BC and Sean Corrigan, Calgary AB

Rookie Operator of the Year

Ryan Beach, Vernon and Alexander Drury-Singh, Campbell River BC

MS Donations & Community Service

Colin Spurling, Sooke Metchosin Port Renfrew

Rookie Fast Start

Ryan Beach, Vernon

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Veteran Fast Start

Erin Josephy, North Vancouver BC

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Marketing

Benjamin Tsan, Port Coquitlam BC

Rookie Sales

Blake Garland, Quesnel BC

Veteran Sales

Allen Coosemans, Terrace Kitimat BC

Profit Percentage

Brooklyn Eakins, Brandon Manitoba

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Most Improved Operator

Nick Couture, Winnipeg

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Clean Up

Natalie Morin, North Delta BC

Sophomore Operator of the Year

Jonah Neukomm, Victoria BC

Operator of the Year

Erin Josephy, North Vancouver BC

Special Awards:

Million $ Club – Jordan Kipnes, Richmond BC

Special Awards:

District Manager of the Year – Paul Baluch

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