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Athlete Spotlight: Management Trainee Pedro O.

Pedro.OWhere did you attend college and what was your major?

University of Louisville, Exercise Science – Human Health and Performance

What is your current role with Enterprise?

Management Trainee

How did you hear about Enterprise as an employer and what made you decide to apply? 

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Five Questions: Corporate Vice President Will W.

Five.Questions.with.Will.Withington.E70825In our ongoing series of “Five Question” blogs, we recently sat down with Will W., Corporate Vice President of North Central Operations, to chat about his career journey at Enterprise, discuss his new role and gather his thoughts about leadership.

You recently became CVP of North Central Operations, what excites you about this opportunity and what are you looking forward to in your new role?

I’m excited to be on such a great team – I think there’s a lot of opportunity ahead. I’m ready to tackle different challenges and hurdles that are unique this new position.

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Spotlight on Service: Littleton, Colorado

Spotlight.on.Service.Colorado.Jason.Krause.Andrew.Kviz.E17386.E5018We recently caught up with Branch Manager Andrew K. to learn more about his customer service philosophy and how his team creates positive customer interactions. Andrew’s team in Littleton, CO recently offered a compassionate gesture to a customer that made a big impact.

When a customer’s son was admitted to the hospital, she needed a car fast. After learning about the situation and what the mother was going through, the team helped make her day a little bit better by having “Get Well Soon” balloons and a card waiting for her and her son when she arrived at the branch.

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Enterprising Athletes on the GO: Management Trainee Justin E.

Enterprising.Athletes.Justin.Echevarria.e470SSJustin E.
Management Trainee

School: Stony Brook University
Sport: Baseball

Athletic Awards/Recognition: 2x All-America East Selection, Johnny Bench Award Watch List for top Catcher in Nation, 2010 MLB Draft Pick by San Diego Padres

On the GO with Enterprise since 2015

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Spain rolls out Management Training Program

Spain.MT.Program.Jimenez.Perucha.Lopez.E796N0.E285PB.E298RCA fitness guru, a high school teacher and a banker all walk into an Enterprise branch in Spain. Why? Because they all want a new challenge — and that’s exactly what they’re getting.

Two are helping implement the inaugural Management Training (MT) program in Spain, while one just became a part of it.

The most tenured of the trio is the fitness guru — Gerardo J., Branch Manager of the Chamartín train station in Madrid, Spain. He joined Enterprise’s International MT Program in 2013 and learned the ropes of the business in London knowing that he would return to Spain. Gerardo excelled and now is the first Branch Manager in the country who began his training outside of Spain.

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Career planning and development is key to success at Enterprise

Enterprise031When Erin G. joined the Enterprise Management Training Program in 2004 in Cleveland, she had no idea how far her career would take her. With a strong work ethic and eagerness to always take on more, she quickly excelled and made her way up the rental ranks at some of the largest neighborhood branches in the Cleveland area.

But Erin didn’t stop there. She set her sights on a new challenge – an airport branch.

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Five Questions: Corporate Vice President Pete D.

Five.Questions.Pete.Dulac.E20426In our ongoing series of “Five Question” blogs, we recently sat down with Pete D., Corporate Vice President of European Business Development, to chat about his career journey at Enterprise, discuss his new role and gather his general thoughts about leadership.

1. Tell us about your career journey at Enterprise:

For me, it all started in January 1996. I began my career with Enterprise as a Management Trainee right out of college in Newtown, Massachusetts, and it’s been an exciting ride ever since. I became Branch Manager within my first year and continued to take on expanding roles including Area Manager, Group Marketing Manager in Car Sales and Director of Business Rental – all in an effort to grow and develop as a leader. I left my hometown in Boston and moved to Arizona as Group Vice President in 2010. From there, I ventured overseas to Germany as Corporate Vice President to develop a strategy for growth to support both international and domestic rental demands.

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Spotlight on Service: Enterprise Management Trainee Lauri M.

LauriWe recently caught up with Enterprise Management Trainee Lauri M. to learn more about her customer service philosophy and how she creates positive customer interactions. Lauri works at a neighborhood branch in Reading, Pennsylvania and assisted a customer who had been in a harrowing multi-vehicle accident and had to rent a car from Enterprise. The customer was so impressed with Lauri’s customer service, he wrote a letter to Enterprise Holdings CEO and President Pam Nicholson.

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Spotlight on Internships: Taking the wheel and driving career results

internshipEach year, more than 1,500 college students suit up for the Management Training Internship program at Enterprise. Whether they’re fulfilling a prerequisite or pursuing entrepreneurial dreams, interns gain real-life experience, which paves the way for plentiful opportunities.

Seeing the potential

It wasn’t all that long ago that Tara K. — now Assistant Vice President of Manufacturer and Dealership Business Development — found herself looking for hands-on training. As a senior at New York’s Siena College, Tara had been searching for an internship for a marketing class. Had it not been for the Talent Acquisition Specialists visiting on the first day of classes to help with mock interviews, Tara’s career path might have taken a different course.

“The Enterprise employee I spoke with during that first day of marketing class said she had two intern positions open if I wanted to apply,” Tara recalls. “Initially, I wasn’t sure where an internship with a rental car company would take me, but the more I learned, the more excited I became about the possibilities.”

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