Enterprise Extends Partnership with Athlete Network

Enterprise Holdings has renewed its national partnership with Athlete Network, formerly known as Career Athletes.

Through this partnership, Enterprise will have access to more than 500 university athletic departments and the ability to network with student athletes across the country.

“Former student-athletes bring many desirable skills to the table, such as exceptional teamwork and a strong work ethic, which translate quite well to our business,” said Marie Artim, vice president of talent acquisition at Enterprise Holdings. “As our business continues to grow and our hiring needs expand, we look forward to networking with even more student-athletes and providing these college graduates an ideal place to launch their careers.”

At Enterprise, management trainees receive a hands-on experience, which teaches them how to run a business, empower teams and provide face-to-face customer service. It also includes training in business skills like profit and loss management and business-to-business marketing and sales.

“Enterprise provides our Athlete Network members with tremendous opportunities to translate their skills from the field to the business world,” said Chris Smith, CEO of Athlete Network. “Any current or former athlete looking for a solid career foundation should connect with Enterprise.”

For more information about Enterprise’s career opportunities, visit http://go.enterpriseholdings.com/.

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