Student employees are vital to the workflow of one of our most used services: equipment lending. In an ideal world, student workers would stay with us throughout their collegiate years. However, turnover can be semesterly, and training new team members on all aspects of equipment loans (circulation, UV-C disinfection, maintenance) is a huge investment of staff resources in this vital and busy service. / I required a streamlined training system, administrative task automation, a communication platform, and a "box" to put it all in. That box had to store and track forms and data virtually. Leveraging the institute’s existing Microsoft subscription, I created a Microsoft Team for our student workers. I built an asynchronous video training module using Power Apps. I assembled a procedural manual in OneNote and automated administrative tasks with Power Automate. SharePoint then became the box that held all the data. The work is kept in a single ecosystem, leveraging its ability to work together to provide an integrated training experience. / This innovation enabled student workers to hit the ground running from day one. There is no longer a need to memorize every procedure as workers can always find them in the virtual notebook. Students can also rewatch how-to videos in the training app to refresh their knowledge of rare tasks. This frontloading effort redirects staff time from repetitive introductory training to more impactful efforts. In this presentation, I will discuss my approach, the inevitable struggles, what worked, and what has changed since implementation. Attendees will gain ideas for implementing similar systems in their libraries.