If you’re a junior or senior in high school, you’re probably hearing two questions on a daily basis:
- What do you want to be when you grow up?
- Where are you going to college?
Some people make the assumption these days that college is the only path to a good, successful career. At First Environmental, we’re here to tell you that this is absolutely not true! When you finish high school, going to college or going to work at a job that doesn’t offer future advancement are not your only options!
First Environmental is your opportunity to get started in a job with an actual future, right out of high school!
Along with the industry standard training and certifications you’ll get in your first year, you’ll also receive plenty of hands-on training in the field. If you’re sick of classrooms and don’t want another 4 years of them before starting your life, you’ve come to the right place!
You probably have classmates who seem to have everything figured out – they know where they want to go, what they want to study, and that’s great. But that isn’t everyone. If this sounds like you, First Environmental might be the place for you.
Working with First Environmental can provide you with opportunities right after high school that other jobs can’t, such as a stable paycheck, opportunities for advancement, and a comprehensive benefits package.
Do you like getting your hands dirty and doing physical, challenging work?
Do you like working as part of a team?
Do you like working with equipment and machines?
Do you want a career where no two days are the same?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, First Environmental is where you need to be.
First Environmental is an industrial cleaning contractor specializing in the cleaning of process and non-process machines, equipment and storage vessels, associated and non-associated floors, ceilings, walls of any and all wastes, process residuals and media, sludges, and debris. One day you could be suspended 40 feet in the air cleaning a tank and the next day you could be providing emergency spill response to a customer where every hour they’re down costs thousands of dollars. It’s important, rewarding work.