“I never know what the day holds for me at Enterprise because every day is different from the day before. A day at Enterprise consists of driving different cars, solving problems, having fun with coworkers, and my favorite, getting to interact with and help different customers.
“A day in the life of an Enterprise Accounting Intern includes working on daily tasks and reports, but also new projects each week.
At Enterprise I’ve learned the importance of building great customer relationships. Because we are always going above and beyond for every customer we have a lot of regular renters who I love to help. In return these great relationships have helped us grow our store’s fleet of cars and I’m extremely proud to be a part of our growth!!!
“There’s never a boring day here at the Medford Enterprise. From meeting new customers daily, developing my sales skills, and getting to know my co-workers I cannot think of a better place to get the best professional experience.
“So far my internship has been amazing, I could not have asked for a better office to work in. My manager and the management trainees in the office have taught me so much in the short amount of time that I have been with the company. The eight founding values of Enterprise have helped drive me to be more successful every day.
I have been employed with Enterprise for a little over a year and now I am on the rental side of the company and have already learned so much about how the company operates.
“Network interface” is more than a computer term when it comes to Enterprise’s successful efforts to identify and hire the best and brightest in information technology.
Enterprise actively networks with the IT community in St. Louis, one of the nation’s fastest-growing high-tech markets, to ensure that Enterprise brings on board highly qualified employees.
That’s where Enterprise Vice President Kelli B. found herself in early February—in the Roosevelt Room, attending a White House Roundtable on “Technology Jobs in Rural America.” Her hosts for the session: US Secretary of Labor Tom Perez and Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack.