Hello! At Enterprise, we have eight Founding Values that we follow. My favorite value is “Our company is a fun and friendly place, where teamwork rules.”. The best part of my job is, knowing that the company is one big team that works together under the same values. I chose the word ‘teamwork’ to describe my experience at Enterprise, because I feel that without my team here, coming to work would be a completely different experience.
– Management Trainee Bridget S., Fredericksburg, Virginia
Assistant Manager Nikki Wilcox of the Enterprise branch at the Boise Airport in Idaho provided such exceptional customer service that she inspired a military customer — Sgt. 1st Class K. Wyman — to present her with a Peace Vanguard coin, an award his division of the military bestows upon individuals who go above and beyond. Only 25 to 30 civilians receive the award each year.
On April 21, nearly 36,000 runners took off from Hopkinton, Massachusetts, for the 118th Boston Marathon. Enterprise Fleet Management Director Chris L. was among them, for his 13th time taking part in the race.
Race officials recognize Chris as an official finisher in last year’s race even though — like so many competitors that day — he did not get to cross the finish line.
My name is Jacqueline and I am a Management Trainee at the Enterprise location in Bellmore, New York. I have been working at Enterprise for 7 months. Enterprise has presented me with anopportunity for success and is providing me with extensive training that is making a positive impact on my career. I am driven and determined to use the new skills I learn as a MT to grow and climb the ranks of this great company. Ultimately, it is my drive and motivation to work hard and do well, which will impact how far I will go in my career with Enterprise.
The Enterprise CarShare Brand Ambassador Internship offers a paid, part-time opportunity through which college students gain real-world marketing experience by increasing CarShare membership and usage on campus. The program began in 2010 with approximately 12 interns, and continues to grow today.
I’m Jamilah S. a Staff Sargent in the U.S. Army Reserve and Management Trainee at Enterprise inHawthorne/Lawndale, CA. In January of this year, I left the Military and immediately began my journey at Enterprise. I received the warmest welcome to Enterprise’s organizational values, norms, vision, systems, symbols, beliefs, habits, and working language. Culture is all about how you perceive and receive it; it is the vehicle through which we coordinate activities and reach common goals and expectations. Enterprise handed me the keys and allowed me and my colleagues to be the drivers of our own destiny. This is the Enterprise culture.
Three years ago, if you had asked Stroudsburg, Pa., Truck Branch Manager Cat Grey what her life would look like today, she never would have guessed she’d have a career at Enterprise while preparing to compete in a national body building competition. But that’s exactly where she’s landed, and she wouldn’t have it any other way.
Cat started her career as an intern in 2011 while she finished up her college degree. Though she did well throughout her internship, Cat intended to pursue other career opportunities after she finished school.
Of course, rapid progress toward top-tier performance is not an unusual feat for Karsten or the teams he’s led. It’s been his stock-in-trade since joining Enterprise 15 years ago, after graduating from the University of California-Santa Barbara.
With Canada winning gold medals in men’s and women’s ice hockey at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, the timing could not have proved better for Enterprise Holdings’ 11th annual Tony Barone Memorial Cup.
The hockey tournament — which honors Enterprise Canada’s Assistant Vice President of Remarketing, who lost his battle with cancer in 2007 — has become a winter tradition that pits thecountry’s eight operating groups against each other as they vie for bragging rights. Additionally, the Canadian groups use the event as an opportunity to make a contribution to cancer research.