Category Archives: Careers

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® introduces 5th annual Career Move Month

Written by Chelsea Grzegorczyk

CMM logoMarch is right around the corner, and for TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®, that means Career Move Month, our annual event to ramp up hiring efforts ahead of the busy summer months. The official start date is March 1, and locations across the country will soon be reviewing applications, scheduling interviews, and bringing in new hires to join the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® family. New team members will experience job shadowing and robust training in preparation to live out our core purpose of moving people forward this summer and beyond.

Our goal for Career Move Month 2017 is to receive 12,000 applications and to hire 1,200 new team members. This year’s theme is “ramp up”, and is designed to kick-start recruiting efforts, which will grow heading into the spring and summer. A range of openings are available nationwide and in various functional areas of the business. Our focus is providing long-term career opportunities, but we have openings for part-time and seasonal employment as well.

“We’re ecstatic to kick off Career Move Month and start hiring new team members,” said TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Human Resources Director Sara Bennett. “We are looking for hard-working, dedicated individuals to support our loyal customers and push our company to become better each day. Career Move Month 2016 allowed us to hire 1,012 new team members, and we can’t wait to offer even more opportunities this year!”

Want to join the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® family? Visit to apply online today! View more than 500 job postings ranging from moving to marketing positions, and everything in between. For those interested in seeing what it’s like to be a mover or driver, check out the fun video below.

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®: Moving careers forward, one new hire at a time. Apply online today!

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Benefits of investing in a workplace 401(k)

Written by Chelsea Grzegorczyk

Saving for retirement may not always seem pressing, but it’s crucial to think of the future and plan ahead. One of the best (and easiest!) ways to save for retirement is through a workplace 401(k). If your employer offers this benefit but you’re not quite ready to invest, have no fear! Check out our top benefits of investing in a workplace 401(k), and get saving in no time.

Take it with you throughout your career

Don’t plan to stay with the same employer until retirement? No problem! Most 401(k) plans can be transferred from one employer to another, so you can continue to grow your investment even if you switch jobs. If you do make a career change, learn about your new employer’s eligibility guidelines, as new hires may need to wait a period of time until they can make 401(k) contributions.

Match funds may be available

Many employers who offer a 401(k) plan also set aside match funds for plan participants. This will vary from one employer to another, but can help boost your investment so more money is available at retirement. To maximize savings, be sure to contribute at least the value of the employer match. In any 401(k) plan, be aware of the vesting period, or the time until employer-match funds are owned by the employee. The money you contribute toward a 401(k) will always be 100% yours, but employers can choose when their matching contributions belong to the employee.

Consistent and automatic savings

One of the hardest parts of saving is remembering to set money aside, but a 401(k) makes investing easy. Simply set your contribution parameters, for example 2% of each paycheck, and watch your savings grow. Investing this way not only ensures consistent contributions, but helps prioritize saving by taking money out of your paycheck before it reaches your bank account.

Also, 401(k) plans often have a much higher interest rate than a traditional savings account, allowing you to turn small contributions into meaningful gains over time.

Multiple options for taxes

Depending on the type of plan, you can reduce taxable income and liability – either in the year you make the contributions, or the year you withdraw funds. A traditional 401(k) involves pre-tax contributions, allowing you to defer paying taxes until you withdraw funds. This reduces your taxable income in the year you invest, and can even help bump you into a lower tax bracket and reduce tax liability. A Roth, however, allows you to apply taxes at the time of investment, and then withdraw funds tax-free in retirement. This is great for those who expect their tax liability to increase in the future.

Whether you picture yourself traveling the world or spending time close to home, we hope these tips help your retirement dreams come true.

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® has job opportunities available nationwide and in a variety of business functions – from marketing to management, and everything in between. Check out current openings online and apply today at!

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Cultivating a positive office culture

Written by Chelsea Grzegorczyk

Creating a great culture at the office is one of the most important things a business can do for their employees, and for their own success! Employees who look forward to coming into work each day will be more productive, create better relationships with coworkers, and will stay longer than employees who don’t enjoy their workplace. Wondering how to create a great culture? Here are our top five tips.

Have fun together

Tailgate lunch

Tailgate lunch for the Michigan State University vs. University of Michigan football game

Employers often think they need to plan extravagant outings to make their staff happy, but sometimes simple, more frequent events can make a bigger impact. Here at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®, we have happy hours or lunchtime barbecues biweekly throughout the summer and into the fall. Hosting a happy hour is incredibly simple, and starts by sending out an invite a few weeks in advance. On the day of the event, just set out some beverages and snacks, pull out the cornhole boards, and send a quick reminder email when it’s go time!

Outside of company-wide events, you can create other opportunities to have fun. You can organize a trip to a new restaurant in town, rent out a movie theater for your staff and families to view the new Pixar movie, or even recreate an interesting video that has been circulating online. Our Home Office team recently got in on the mannequin challenge action and had a blast – check out the results on our Facebook page!

Get mission-driven

Mission can be an incredibly powerful driver of company culture. Many companies have a mission statement, but don’t talk about it as often as they could. Highlighting your company’s mission can help get everyone the same page and working toward the same goals. This not only energizes your teams, but provides an understanding of what’s important and why. You can start small by sharing company stories on social media that show team members living out the mission, or printing cards that explain the company’s mission statement to give to new employees.

Be consistent

One of the biggest struggles with employee culture is gaining and keeping up momentum. You don’t want your efforts to falter, but rather build and get better over time. The best solution to this is consistency. Whether it’s offering a set opportunity to volunteer on the third Thursday of each month, or sending out monthly newsletters with birthdays and exciting upcoming events, consistency is key, and it will show your staff that your efforts are there to stay (just as you hope they are!).

Encourage outside activities

Sharing part of our culture - to be your best and have fun!

Sharing part of our culture – to be your best and have fun!

Not all employee culture events happen within the physical building of an office. Encouraging outside activities can allow employees to relax and connect with others in a way they may not be able to at work. One easy way to do this is offering to sponsor a recreational softball, dodgeball, or kickball team.  Not only will this help with employee appreciation, it will help support your marketing and recruiting efforts as well.

Ask for feedback

The most beneficial thing you can do for your employee culture is asking for some good, old-fashioned feedback. This can be as formal or informal as needed. Try to reach people who participate in events and initiatives as well as those who don’t, and from various departments. Ask what they like, what they don’t like, what they would change, and what excites them. Who knows, you may have 100 avid book readers who would love time and space for a book club once monthly, or three whole departments who enjoy playing the same card game.

Pro-tip: Set a goal for participation if doing a formal survey. If your goal is met, everyone gets a reward – win, win!

Two Men and a TruckOnce you’ve laid the groundwork for creating a great culture, take a step back to observe your progress. Are team members finding new ways to collaborate on projects, offering input to improve the company, or referring their friends for open positions? These are all great indicators of success!
If instead of creating a great culture you’re looking to join a great culture, look no further than TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®. View open positions and apply online today at!

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Career New Year Resolutions for 2017!


Written by Erin VanPortfliet

We all know the typical New Year’s resolutions to lose weight, eat healthier, or begin long overdue home improvement projects, but what about career resolutions? It’s no secret that many people struggle with career-related stress. The average American spends about 30% of their life working, so feeling stressed at work can impact your entire life! But don’t worry – if there’s a will, there’s a way. Sometimes we just need a little help to get moving in the right direction. Use our helpful tips to develop (and stick to) your career resolutions this year!

Make a plan with actionable steps

The most important steps in kicking off a career resolution are determining your goals and developing a plan of attack! How many of us have made New Year’s resolutions and never accomplished them? I know I have! It is imperative to develop plans with practical steps and reachable goals. Ask yourself, what do you want more or less of in your career? Do you want less stress, more flexibility, or more responsibility? Once you’ve determined your resolutions, ask yourself, what are the steps I need to take to reach my goals?

For example, if your resolution is to be “less stressed” at work, what are some steps you can take to decrease stress? Can you organize your time better or schedule fewer back-to-back meetings? You can start preparing your calendar two weeks ahead of time, or look at each week in advance and reschedule any conflicting appointments. Being proactive is a great way to eliminate stress from your daily schedule.


This may seem very basic to most people, but communication with your team or manager can be one of leading causes of stress at work. It is key to make sure you understand what is expected of you. Asking for clear and concise details on new projects – such as deadlines or specific subject matter – is key to completing a successful work assignment or project. Also, feel free to communicate your career resolutions to your coworkers, manager, or mentor – you may be surprised at how others want to support your goals.

Understand your department’s goals

This is very important to being successful with your career resolutions. In order to excel and achieve greatness within your company, you must first understand the goals of your department, and what your role is in helping to get there. Are you revenue generating, support staff, or customer service focused? What is your department’s mission? The answers to these questions will help to give you a “big picture” perspective of how your personal career goals fit with your current role.

Be accountable

Bring integrity to your resolutions. Being accountable for your actions says a lot to your manager and coworkers, and should apply to career goals as well. If you make a mistake, own it and do what you can to fix it! If you say you are going to do something, do it! Simply put – be someone that you would want to work with. If it helps, write down mini-goals that can be accomplished more easily and keep you on track.

Work life balance

This one probably isn’t a new fresh idea, but it sure is an important one. You can’t expect to be happy with your job if you aren’t happy outside of work. Schedule time to do things you are passionate about, whether it is a hobby like painting, or just simply going to catch that new movie you’ve been wanting to see! Life isn’t just about working, it’s about having fun, too! Don’t forget to make time for friends and family – everyone needs a support system!

After you’ve worked toward your resolutions, if you still are not feeling a relief or seeing a change, sometimes it truly is time to start looking for a change. Check out careers with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® for new opportunities and like us on Facebook to receive regular updates!

Happy New Year from TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®!

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Start your new job with confidence


Written by Chelsea Grzegorczyk

Have you recently been offered a new job? If so, congratulations! You’ve probably updated your resume while applying, and made a great first impression in your interviews. All your hard work paid off when you were offered a new job, and you’re now waiting for the first day at your new employer. If you’re wondering how to be successful right off the bat, be sure to read the tips we’ve compiled to prepare you for a new role.


If you didn’t check out the company’s website, recent news stories, or Glassdoor page as part of your interview prep, now is a great time to do some research. Here at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®, new hires meet company executives and directors as part of their orientation, and this research can spark interesting conversations and demonstrates a desire to learn more about the company. Even if you did research before your interview, it never hurts to do a quick search in case new stories are available.

Practice your commute

You probably visited the company for your interview, but did you travel during rush hour? Many interviews are scheduled in the middle of the day, so practice your new commute on a weekday before starting. This will allow you to allocate time accordingly so you’re on time (or early!) for your first day.

Get organized

Your first day will likely involve some important paperwork. If the recruiter requested you to bring certain pieces of info like a passport or a driver’s license on the first day, take some time and get organized. There’s nothing worse than running around the house the morning of your first day because your social security card wasn’t where you thought it was. It also helps to figure out in advance what tax withholdings to choose on your W-4, who to list as emergency contacts, and if you’d like your name badge to say Jon or Jonathan. This is also a great time to plan your first day attire – some companies take a headshot on a new employee’s first day, so dressing well ensures your company photo looks especially professional.

Ask questions

Reach out to the company’s recruiter for any questions leading up to your first day. Not sure where to park, if you should bring a lunch, when to arrive, or what to bring with you? The recruiter can provide these answers. Make sure to ask a few business days before you need answers in case your contact is out of the office.

With tips in hand, we wish you luck in your new role! Starting a new job is an exciting time with unknown and interesting opportunities ahead of you.

Interested in learning more about TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®? Our careers website  showcases all opportunities available at our Home Office as well as over 300 franchise locations nationwide. Apply online today or learn more about us on Facebook!

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Making a great impression in a job interview


Written by Chelsea Grzegorczyk

Have you started looking for a new career? If so, your first steps may be updating  your resume and applying to a few open jobs. Once you’re past those initial steps, it may be time to start preparing for job interviews. Use our advice on what to do before, during, and after an interview to make a great first impression. Who knows, our tips may help you land a new career!

Before the interview

Review your resume. Make sure you can comfortably talk about your previous experiences. This may take some practice, and that’s okay! This will ensure you’re knowledgeable about your history and how your work has contributed to your previous employers’ goals.

Research the company! Start with the company website, and check a few news outlets for any recent articles. You can also search on sites where employees can leave reviews, such as , to get a picture of what current employees think about their employer that you are interested in.

Map out your route ahead of time. Take into account traffic, weather, parking, and any other factors that could potentially delay your arrival time. Speaking of arrival time, aim to arrive 10-15 minutes before your scheduled interview time. When you arrive, remember to be polite to the receptionist – they are your potential future coworker, and may even be part of the interview process.

Take a few moments to calm your nerves and check your appearance. Look for wardrobe malfunctions, food in your teeth, and anything else that may be distracting to your interviewers. You want them thinking about how your skills translate to the position, not your misaligned buttons.

During the interview

Keep your phone out of view, and preferably off. Any other distractions such as watch alarms should be minimized, as you want the interview to have your full attention.

Take notes as needed. Interviewers may mention important points that would be helpful to reference later, such as qualities they’re looking for in the role or company goals. Feel free to simply ask “Is it okay if I take some notes?” at the start of the interview to give your interviewers a heads up that you may jot down some quick notes.

Clarify questions you’re asked as needed. Don’t be afraid to ask for clarity if you don’t quite understand what is being asked. This helps ensure you’re both on the same page before diving into your answer.

Ask questions!  Use the research you’ve done to come up with a few questions. Interviewers appreciate when candidates have put thought into their interview preparation, and this will set you apart from others. If you choose to take notes, you can pre-write the questions so you don’t forget them!

After the interview

Follow up to thank your interviewers. Mailing a handwritten thank you note was a best practice for years, but these days, email is easier and will reach your interviewers faster. Use the thank you to not only say “Thanks!” but to make additional connection with your interviewers and show how you would bring value to the team.

Wait it out. After you have thanked your interviewers, the next move is on the company.  It may be tough to wait, especially if you’re excited about the opportunity, but the company may need time to finish interviewing other candidates, wait until key players are back from vacation, or handle top priority deadlines before getting back in touch. Don’t get discouraged while you’re waiting! This is a normal part of the hiring process.


With these tips in mind, go forth and interview with ease! Remember, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® has job openings nationwide in a variety of roles – from moving to management, and everything in between. Check out our careers website and find your new dream job today, and our interviewing tips video for even more ways to make a great impression in your next interview.

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Five Tips to Revamp Your Resume


Written by Erin VanPortfliet

Have you been considering a career change? It all starts with a good resume. Many times this is the first thing a recruiter will look at, so you need to make sure you stand out in the crowd! Use these five tips when revamping your resume to ensure it won’t get lost in the vast sea of job hunters.

Keep it short

Recruiters are busy people, and many don’t have time to read a novel when searching through hundreds of applications each day. Focus on what is important and don’t get too “wordy”.

Don’t use acronyms

CRC, PDM, MAP – are any of those ringing a bell? Nope, us either! Make sure to spell out your previous titles and work experience so hiring managers understand your qualifications.

Sell! Sell! SELL!

To put it into perspective, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® has had over 90,000 applications come through our system year to date! You must sell yourself in your resume. Go beyond the normal approach of just listing your previous work history and job duties. Talk about the changes you made and projects you completed at your previous jobs. Use measurable facts whenever possible! Prospective employers want to see the value you brought to your past positions and how you left your previous companies in a better place than when you started.

Get rid of irrelevant content

Again, recruiters or hiring managers may not want to take time to read about your first job out of high school (unless it’s relevant). Use the work experience that highlights the skills you have pertaining to the job you are applying for. Relevant volunteer work is great to include, but your hobbies and interests may not pertain to the job you are applying for – save that for the interview.

Add a personal branding statement

Use a short branding statement to describe who you are and the types of accomplishments you want to achieve in your new position. Craft a short, but compelling summary of who you are, what you bring to the table, and why that is beneficial to a potential employer. It’s ok to let your personality shine through a little in your resume!

Remember, there are plenty of resources out there if you need assistance with building your resume. A simple Google search will bring you to free templates, examples, and even more tips on how to create the perfect resume!

When your resume is up-to-date and you’re ready to start applying, check out TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®’s career site. Who knows, your dream job may just be waiting for you there … Happy job hunting!

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Getting involved this Veterans Day


Written by Chelsea Grzegorczyk

Veterans Day is just around the corner, and many of us are preparing to give back, reach out, and reflect in honor of the courageous men and women who have served our country. Whether you’re a veteran or you know someone who is, consider opportunities with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®! From giving back to those in need to career growth and development, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® is dedicated to supporting our nation’s heroes. Read on to learn more!

Movers for Military

movers-for-militaryThe brave veterans who supported and defended our country deserve our support in return. Through the Movers for Military program, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® franchises nationwide partner with local schools and businesses to collect essentials for veterans living in shelters during Veterans Day. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development estimates that 39,471 veterans are homeless on any given night, and items such as towels, bedding, and clothing can provide comfort and warmth to our veterans.

To get involved in Movers for Military, connect with your local Movers Who Care® today. Collections are ongoing and will wrap up soon, with items donated to veterans in need on Veterans Day.

Franchise ownership

Through military service, members develop qualities such as perseverance, leadership, and the ability to work well under pressure. The qualities are a great foundation for business ownership, and becoming a franchisee with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® offers veterans opportunities for financial independence and community involvement, and the chance provide employment opportunities to other veterans and active duty service members.

As a member of VetFran, an initiative of the International Franchise Association geared toward helping veterans become business owners, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® offers a 10% discount on our franchise fee to assist veterans and their spouses in becoming franchise owners. We also offer extensive training opportunities to learn the ins and outs of franchise ownership, and a support network of Home Office staff and other franchisees to aid in business development and growth.

Check out our website to learn more about becoming a franchisee, and get started today!


For veterans looking for a hands-on job in a fast-paced environment, a career with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® is a great fit. We actively seek to hire veterans, as their qualities such as dedication to team work and ability to strategize make for successful team members. Positions in operations, logistics, and business development may be especially well-suited for a veteran’s skill set.

Wondering how to start your career with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®? Check out for openings. Applications can be submitted online anytime for locations nationwide.

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Mary Ellen Moves Careers Forward


Written by Chelsea Grzegorczyk

The Mary Ellen Moving People Forward® Scholarship program has come to a close for a second time, and we have a winner! Jason Washburn, of Boston, Mass., will be trading in his title of multi-unit general manager to become a TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® franchisee. As the scholarship winner, Jason was awarded $50,000 to help him open his own franchise, in partnership with his current franchisees.
This scholarship program is named after TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®’s founder, Mary Ellen Sheets, and is a unique way in which we live out our core purpose to move people forward. Program participants have the chance to win $50,000 to put toward opening a new franchise, and also experience career growth in the process, as the program is designed to prepare for business ownership. Over the course of a year, participants meet with franchisees and Home Office staff, complete assignments, attend trainings, and develop a business plan – all while maintaining their role as a manager within TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®.
Three quarters of managers within the franchise system got their start with the company on the frontlines as a mover, driver, or customer service representative. Our scholarship winners are no different – Randi Bloodworth, our first scholarship winner, started out as a customer service representative. She quickly worked her way up to office manager before winning the program in its inaugural year and becoming a franchisee. Similarly, Jason Washburn started as a mover and took on more responsibility, rising to the role of multi-unit general manager before becoming our second scholarship winner.

The dedication, perseverance, and enthusiasm our scholarship winners have shown in growing their careers as well as the business makes them an excellent fit for franchise ownership with TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®. In partnership with the franchisees who helped her get her start, Randi opened her franchise in Pearland, Texas, in March 2017, and Jason will open his new franchise in New Jersey in March 2017. This year, we also recognized the program runner-up, Dan Pettit of Grand Rapids, Mich., with a $10,000 scholarship to put toward opening a future franchise.

“The talent that we see from the scholarship program participants is immeasurable,” said Chief Executive Officer Jeff Wesley. “For more than a year we get to see managers from different locations throw themselves into learning every facet of the franchise business model, while building their TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® knowledge base. We could not have asked for better candidates than Jason and Dan. The two worked so hard throughout the duration of the program, utilizing the support of their franchisees as mentors each step of the way. These heavy lifters are committed, not just to excelling in their own TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® careers, but are dedicated to the expansion efforts of this entire system. We are so proud of Jason and what he will do for this brand in the New Jersey market, and we are so excited to see where TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® will take Dan. I cannot wait to see what the future holds for these TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® leaders.”
Congratulations are in order for Jason, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®’s newest franchisee! We are excited to see you  take on your new role and expand the brand throughout New Jersey. Check out Mary Ellen presenting Jason with his $50,000 on our Facebook page to see his great reaction!

Looking to move your career forward? Franchise opportunities are available, as well as frontline, professional, and management positions nationwide. Check out our careers website and apply online today!

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TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®’s 2016 Summer Intern Program Comes to a Close


Written by Corinne DeVries

The experience

They say time flies when you’re having fun, and here we are again with another summer at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® coming to a close. Over the past three months, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®’s Home Office welcomed 20 summer interns and provided them the opportunity to learn about the company, industry, and professional working world in general. While most of our interns this year were first-timers, I had the amazing opportunity to intern here not only this summer, but last summer as well. Looking back at how much I have learned and grown as a person, as well as all of the friends I have made, I couldn’t have asked for a better experience.

Before starting at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® I was a very quiet person but last summer I interned in the marketing department, where being quiet isn’t really an option. I had the opportunity to do grassroots marketing with a fellow intern where I became comfortable introducing myself to strangers and promoting a company I just started working at! This summer I interned in the human resources department and was still surprising myself with the things I am capable of doing. It’s clear TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® not only pushes to exceed customers’ expectations but they push their employees to be the best they can be, even if the employee doesn’t know what their best is yet.

corinne1Big take-aways

Always growing, always learning, and always pushing people forward. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® continuously surprises me, or I guess I should say it pushes me to keep surprising myself. It has been amazing to return this summer and see how much the company has grown just in the nine months I was gone. Not only has the company grown and welcomed new employees, it has also implemented many new programs and projects! One of my biggest take-aways from my two summers here is you have to be willing to challenge yourself and step out of your comfort zone if you really want to learn, grow, and move forward.  As Brig Sorber, one of the original Two Men, would say, “You have to get comfortable being uncomfortable!”

Thoughts from my intern friends

One thing all the interns agree on about interning at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® is we felt important here.

“I had no idea what to expect when I first came to TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® for my internship. It turned out to be such a great experience,” said HR Systems and Projects Intern Hannah Romain “I feel like I was treated as more of an employee than ‘just an intern’. Unlike many college students who find themselves making coffee runs and organizing files during their internships, I really feel like I contributed something of significance to the company during my time here. The people at Home Office are so friendly and approachable and really helped me learn and grow. I’m so thankful for my experience as an intern at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® this summer.”

On the very first day we are assigned with important tasks and projects. This can be a little intimidating, but everyone around TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® is so friendly and willing to help that you can ask almost anyone for support if you are confused or just need an extra hand with a project. One of the many tasks that made me feel like I was making a difference was when the Lansing HR intern and I were assigned to assist in conducting interviews for potential new hires.

For Charles Staky, one of five marketing interns, one of his greatest memories was working directly with a franchise marketer. “My supervisor had a lot on her plate that week and received an email asking to look into a radio advertisement buy to determine who it would affect,” said Charles “She gave me the task of splitting up the cost for each franchise who would be involved and relaying the information to the marketer. This was awesome because I had not dealt with anything franchise- facing all summer and I felt accomplished knowing she trusted my abilities enough to let me take the task on by myself.”

interns_16Due to the fact our supervisors entrusted us with so much, most of us walk away from our internships at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® feeling similar to Stephen Jacobson, who was the business intelligence accounting support intern. “I learned many essential skills that are applicable to my fields,” he said.

Along with learning so much about our own departments and fields, the interns had lunch and learn meetings weekly with different Home Office departments.  Subject matter experts presented to the interns the function of that particular department, how they support the company, and how they are connected and work with other departments. This really put a lot of perspective into how the projects we worked on as interns affected the company as a whole, and added to how we were making an impact on the company. I think I can speak for all the interns when I say, we are all so thankful for the awesome opportunity to be a part of such a motivated company. Thank you to every single person at Home Office and the Lansing franchise for making this summer such a wonderful learning experience.

Looking for a new career path? Learn about the great opportunities at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® first-hand. We’re looking for great individuals with experience in the fields of general labor, customer service, marketing, and more! Apply online today at

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