Jason Moschetto grew up on the east coast, just outside Washington D.C. His first business venture arose in 1996, at the age of 12, as he was given an opportunity to run the snack bar at his local pool. The business, as it existed, sold ice cream, candy, and sodas. With the purchase of a microwave, some additional storage space, and an investment in frozen, microwaveable meals, Jason expanded the business into a true mealtime destination for hundreds of patrons, and began to turn profits like never before.
Around the same time, Jason discovered his natural talent with computers, and attended several vocational classes with his mother at the local community college. He was soon providing technical support services to his friends and family, and quickly began to lend his talents to larger institutions, including an Internet Service Provider, and Montgomery County Public Schools. In 2001, at the age of 17, Jason was recruited for a full-time position as a technical analyst for the Federal Government. After nearly two and a half years of service, he put his career on the sidelines to become the primary care giver for his father, who he would eventually follow to Southern California.
Throughout his life, Jason has stood out as someone who cares deeply about the world, and the people in it. In elementary school, he served as a School Safety Patrol, and in high-school, participated in a handful of mission trips, became a certified Lifeguard, and volunteered in a variety of community programs. Post-graduation, he served as a middle and high-school youth leader, and was elected as an Elder in his local church.
Since moving to California, Jason has continued his computer repair business, lifeguarding career, analytical services, and philanthropic efforts, while growing three businesses based around these talents. Choice Lifeguards provides safety services for public and private events, and helps educate individuals in swimming and water safety. His computer repair business, New Again PC, puts waste reduction and ethical recycling programs at the forefront of its business model, while reducing costs for individuals in the community. His third business, known as the Moschetto Company, provides a wide variety of analytical services, helping businesses and individuals grow their own ideas, and solve their most complex problems.
Jason, and his businesses, have partnered with the EPA's efforts to foster renewable energy production and reduce greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change. Through the purchase of Green-e certified renewable energy certificates, and carbon offsets with verified emissions reductions, 100% of the businesses' energy use is offset through the planting of trees and the generation of renewable Wind Energy. In addition, a portion of profits from each business are donated to organizations supporting youth activities and human rights.
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