Enterprise Now Hiring Management Trainees

Enterprise Holdings is hiring college-educated, career-oriented men and women throughout the United States and Canada for its management training and internship programs.

These new full-time employees will be hired into the Enterprise Rent-A-Car Management Training (MT) program or the Management Internship program in the 22 regional operations throughout North America, says Enterprise.

These locations were recently recognized with a Founding Values Award for carrying out the values of company founder, Jack Taylor. Regions include Indiana, Nevada, New York, Oregon, Philadelphia, Southern California and Toronto, says the company.

“This annual competition, named for my father, is actually a strategic management initiative,” said Jo Ann Taylor Kindle, president of the Enterprise Holdings Foundation. “Through the Founding Values program, our senior managers and their teams work to integrate our company’s core values into their local business planning and operations every fiscal year.”

On behalf of each regional team that won the Founding Values Award, the Enterprise Holdings Foundation provides $20,000 in grants to benefit area nonprofits, says the company. Each of these regional operations has selected local organizations to receive grants from their award donation.

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