Parent FAQs

Q: How much money can my child make?
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A. Like your grades in school being successful depends on showing up, learning the material, and working hard. In 2020 the lowest a first-year student made was a little over $8,000, the highest that a first year student made was a little of $22,000, and the average was $14,219.
Q: Where will my child be living?
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A. Your student will be living in a “student apartment” with other students throughout the summer. The apartments offer a safe and convenient place for your student. The cost of the apartment will be $1,000 for the entire summer. Each apartment will have an experienced dealer living and working with your student on a daily basis.
Q: Is it safe for my son or daughter to do direct marketing to homes?
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A. Yes, students will be marketing to homes in safe upper income communities. Typically ranging from 400,000-1M in property value. Majority of the neighborhoods being worked have pre-existing Honor Guard customers. Students will typically be sharing neighborhoods or working in close proximity to each other. This makes it convenient if a student needs help.
Q: Is this a reputable company that my child is working with?
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A. We are part of the Better Business Bureau. Jeff Hawley is the owner of FasTrac Training and HonorGuard Pest Management. He has more than 40 years of experience in training, equipping and developing college students. Isaac Hawley has been with the company for 6 years and along with other student leaders will be on the field daily training with your student.