My name is Kyle B. and I have been a Management Trainee with Enterprise Rent-A-Car in Florida for 3 months. The support that I have received from all of my co-workers regardless of their position with the company has been amazing. Every time that I have reached out to someone on my team for guidance and support, I have been overwhelmed with their sincerity and their eagerness to take the time to meet with me and assist me as I learn the business. Everyone has gone above and beyond to assist me in developing goals that will set me on a path for success. I can’t think of a better place tostart my career!
One word. It’s that simple. GO.
Vietnam veteran and Part-Time Driver founds skiing clinic for wounded veterans
A typical ski trip for a beginner starts off with equipment rental, ski school classes and lots of awkward falls on the bunny hill. Part-Time Driver Tony Santilli went through the same steps on his first ski vacation; only one thing differentiated him from all of the other amateurs on the bunny slope — he did it all on one leg.
Tony was seriously wounded while serving in the U.S. Marine Corps in Vietnam in 1967; his injuries were severe enough to require a leg amputation. When he returned stateside in 1968, he had post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and faced the daily obstacles of living with a physical disability.
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Management Trainee Katelyn T. and the team at the Portland International Airport in Maineconsistently receive high service scores from their customers. Because of these high numbers, we decided to catch up with Katelyn to learn how she and the airport team make such great impressions day after day.
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My name is Danon H., I have been a Management Trainee with Enterprise Rent-A-Car in North Carolina for 4 months. While working at Enterprise, I have quickly become inspired and motivated by being part of a great team! So far, I have had the privilege to learn and observe from some of the best leaders in my group. These individuals have made a lasting impression on my career and have inspired me to learn become a great leader myself. So far my experience here at Enterprise has reflected our founding values and truly is “A fun and friendly place, where teamwork rules!”. I look forward leading my own team at Enterprise someday very soon!
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Take it from Area Manager Gerardo Gomez, one of nearly 11,000 individuals who earned promotions or took on new challenges at Enterprise Holdings last year:
While the average U.S. worker moves into a different job every 4.4 years, Gerardo has worked for Enterprise Holdings since 1998. The reason: “I chose Enterprise because of the opportunities — almost like changing careers without changing companies,” Gerardo says. “I wanted a company that would allow me to showcase my talent and let me grow.”
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Hello! My name is Tyson L. and I have been a Management Trainee with Enterprise in Wisconsin for 3 months. If you are MOTIVATED, there is no better company to be working for than Enterprise. Between the extensive training, the team based culture, and the many instant rewards/recognition that you receive for your hard work, this company supports your career growth just as much as they support growing their business by putting more customers on the road. Since starting at Enterprise, I have had no need for my alarm clock as I wake up excited for another day of work. Each day, I am excited to be working for a dynamic company that trains you on how to run your own business, where customer service is a way of life and I am motivated to take my career at Enterprise as far as I can GO! http://goo.gl/kT66Cy
Percy Price was born July 4, 1983. Given that patriotic date, many who know him say he was born to serve his country.
Percy joined Enterprise in August 2007 and currently serves as an Account Representative in Stone Mountain, Georgia, just east of Atlanta. At the same time, he has served in the United States Air Force for nearly 13 years, currently as a technical sergeant in the Cyber Transport division. Percy’s unit repairs and sustains voice, video, data and cryptographic network equipment. He was deployed to Southwest Asia in November 2013 and air defense of the Arabian Gulf is his unit’s main priority.
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Todd Heavner, Director of Community Relations in Washington, D.C., makes a point of hand-delivering every check he receives from the Enterprise Holdings Foundation for charitable organizations on behalf of his operating group. “When I deliver these checks, something good always seems to happen,” he says.
It was certainly the case on a recent Monday morning.
Todd had a check to hand off to a representative of HEROES Inc., an organization that aids families of local police officers and firefighters who have died in the line of duty. His contact, a Secret Service agent, asked Todd to meet him at the Naval Observatory, whose grounds include the home of the vice president of the United States. The agent let Todd know he might have a chance to snap a picture of Vice President Joe Biden walking to the helicopter pad on the property to depart for a trip.
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In 1881, a wooden eagle carved by Washington, D.C.-area artist William E. Seward was attached to the USS Enterprise — the fifth U.S. vessel to carry the Enterprise name. One-hundred and thirty-three years later, the eagle has found a new home at the company with the same moniker.
The wooden eagle — with a 77-inch wingspan — now hangs atop the balcony overlooking the main lobby of Enterprise Holdings’ world headquarters.
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If there’s one thing Paul Smith finds appealing, it’s opportunity. Even so, he had a hard time believing everything he heard about the career paths that Enterprise offered when he first encountered the company at a university job fair in 1995.
“I actually turned Enterprise down when they offered me a position the first time,” recalls Paul, who in 2012 became Vice President and General Manager of the South England Group — the first English employee to reach the general manager level at Enterprise. “It was a very new company here, and I’d never heard of them. So I took a job with another business instead.”
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