Management Trainee Intern

Job Title: Enterprise Rent A Car - Management Trainee Intern
Company: Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Category: Internships

Enterprise is seeking candidates for their Management Trainee Intern program.

There’s only one internship program like this. That’s because there’s only one Enterprise. Every year we turn approximately 2,000 paid internships into real, substantial career-building tools. And no, you won’t spend your time fetching cups of coffee or making coffee. You’ll learn what it takes to run a successful business because that’s what you’ll help do.

Along the way, you’ll also participate in contests and competitions with other interns, building relationships, honing your entrepreneurial skills and gaining experience. You’ll take on the same challenges as our first and second year full-time professionals. Even better, at the end of your internship, you’ll make a presentation to your management team covering the business topics you learned throughout the program.

As part of our Management Internship Program, you must be ambitious, creative, personable, resourceful, fun loving and hard working. As you’d imagine, everyone else in the program is just as motivated as you. If you’re ready, the business training you’ll receive will put your skills, your attitude and your resume way out in front.

As part of our Management Internship Program, you’ll learn every day. You’ll build skills in every area of business from managing profit and loss statements to working with customers. You’ll learn how to network, manage time and make your Enterprise branch even more successful. Here’s just a glimpse at what’s ahead:

  • “How can I help you?”
    Helping our customers – it’s the cornerstone of Enterprise. As an Intern, you’ll learn how to work with and influence all types of customers, vendors and co-workers. This is the one part of your training you’ll use every minute of every hour of every day at Enterprise. From proper sales techniques to problem solving, we’ll prepare you for just about any career.
  • “Let’s spread the word.”
    Getting the word out about Enterprise is a big part of what we do – and of what you’ll learn. Our interns learn how we build marketing strategies that help us reach out to local businesses and our community. You’ll learn how to build solid business-to-business sales skills as well as relationships with everyone from local businesspeople, to your neighbors across the street.
  • “Keeping us in the green.”
    This is the “running a business” part of the Management Internship Program. After all, profits are what make a business successful. As an intern, you’ll start by learning basic accounting and finance principles and progress to more advanced topics. Then, you’ll get to use this knowledge in a branch as you work as part of a team.
  • “Everything has its place.”
    Things can get pretty hectic at an Enterprise branch. It’s always exciting and there are customers, cars and employees buzzing around all day. As an intern, you’ll be in the middle of everything. Along with being part of a bustling branch, you’ll also help oversee a fleet of as many as 200 vehicles. You’ll learn everything from creative time-management techniques to innovative organizational tools. These skills will prepare you for wherever your career takes you.
1. Are you hiring interns now?
Absolutely. Interns play an integral role in the success of Enterprise. We generally hire during your summer vacation. Some locations, however, do hire interns all year long. To learn more, apply now or contact:
Kimberly Smith
Recruiter, Maine & New Hampshire
(603) 656-5101

2. Are internships at Enterprise paid?
Yes. Not only is it a paid internship program, but interns may also be eligible for incentives and rewards. Learn about our benefits.

3. What are the requirements?
You should be currently enrolled in college. The ideal person should be interested in a management and sales environment and should have strong multi-tasking skills. Sound like you?

4. What hours do interns work?
Hours for interns vary from location to location. Summer interns are generally full-time employees. For interns working during the semester, the hours are flexible. Find a recruiter near you to learn more.

5. Does a college internship make it easier for me to acquire a full-time position with Enterprise once I graduate?
Yes. It gives you an opportunity to showcase your talents and abilities as well as the opportunity to see if Enterprise is the right fit for you. Learn more about the Management Training Program.

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