Description The ACI Coatings Summer College Painting Technician Internship program is designed to prepare College Students for business within the trades. Our program specifically focuses on the Painting Trade, but many of the principles learned can be directly carried over to any other trade industry. Trades require business people to lead them a turn small crew organizations into legitimate businesses. Furthermore, the program will give the students key experience that can be utilized in any industry of business; not just the trades. Located in Spokane Valley, Washington and Coeur D'Alene Idaho, the internships run between mid/late May until the beginning of September. Our program is designed for students at any level of their college journey to be able to gain worthwhile experience which will impact them throughout their future careers. Therefore, our program has an easy to follow format. The program is designed to be carried out in four phases or four years, each 3-4 months long. Each year the program will have four main parts for the student to complete in order to maximize their experience. The interns are also assigned an Executive Mentor, who will help guide them throughout their entire internship program. The interns who complete all four years of the program will make a minimum of $40,000 over the course of the four years. After the top interns who complete 2 or more years of the program graduate from college, they will have a full-time Leadership role awaiting them. Other interns may still be offered full-time employment. Joining the ACI Coatings internship program means you become a part of ACI Coatings. Being a part of the ACI Internship is being a part of something bigger than yourself. At ACI Coatings we have over 30 years of painting experience in Spokane and North Idaho. Our experience benefits our customer with their projects, large or small. As a full-service painting and coating contractor we have completed about 5,000 projects from small commercial buildings and custom homes, to large medical buildings, industrial facilities, waste water treatment plants, reservoirs and box super stores. Our customers range from homeowners and small builders to nationwide commercial contractors and government agencies. Doing our work right and obtaining 100% customer satisfaction is always our first and last goals. We always deliver as promised. At ACI Coatings we take great pride in our ability to maintain our customers for life. Come be a part of something truly great. Responsibilities Year 1 Entry Level Internship (The Importance of Trades) -Work a minimum of 600 hours during internship. -Paint projects with existing team members on a daily basis; mainly Monday-Friday. -Prep: Masking, Scraping, Sanding, Filling, Caulking and other painting prep work. -Professionally Paint: Interiors, Exteriors, Wood Work, and many other painting projects. -Clean/Organize tools, equipment and vehicles -Fill out safety paperwork and other job related paperwork daily. -Read Required Book & Complete Book Report -Complete Homework Binder Assignments -Complete Intern Team Creative Project Year 2 Teams of Tradeswpeople -Gain more experience painting and related responsibilities -Gain more experience working in teams -Read Required Book & Complete Book Report -Complete Homework Binder Assignments -Complete Intern Team Creative Project Year 3 Leadership Internship (Trade Management) -Learn how to lead & manage tradespeople, projects and production -Gain more experience painting and related responsibilities -Gain more experience working in teams -Read Required Book & Complete Book Report -Complete Homework Binder Assignments -Complete Intern Team Creative Project Year 4 (Business Leadership) -Learn how to sell in the painting trade industry -Learn important skills on how to manage and run a business -Gain more experience painting and related responsibilities -Gain more experience working in teams -Read Required Book & Complete Book Report -Complete Homework Binder Assignments -Complete Intern Team Creative Project Requirements Must be a College Student. Either an upcoming enrolled Freshman or existing in any other level. Must be willing to work out of either Spokane Valley, WA or Coeur D'Alene, ID. Must have local reliable transportation. Willingness to work hard and outside. Mainly work Monday - Friday 7am-4pm. Be willing to work nights, weekends and out of town as needed. Minimum fear of heights.