It was quick and simple, and consisted of four stages. I mentioned my requirements early on and the recruiter made all the adjustments I needed for my dyslexia seamlessly. It’s these small things that show how much Enterprise care about their employees.
Go for it! Push yourself and don’t hold back, but most importantly be yourself. The first few months are tough - but I also learnt a lot. If you’re driven, enthusiastic and passionate about working with people then this role is for you.
Everybody gets the same opportunities and responsibilities, whether you’re a graduate or an intern. This means you’ll learn a lot and you’ll be encouraged to take charge. It’s not overwhelming, as the training is incredible and everybody is ready to help.
I loved talking to customers and meeting new people. Enterprise is a great place if you love to sell, and I really enjoyed reaching my targets and getting the rewards and recognition from my managers that go with that.
It’s more than just a job - it’s a real career where you can see clear and fast progression ahead of you. I’ve worked hard, and it didn’t go un-noticed. It has given me a great insight into real working life, and I’ve learned more than I ever imagined.
Enterprise has given me so many opportunities this year - I was highly commended as best intern at the NUE awards, I was interviewed about neurodiversity in the workplace in People Management magazine and I also spoke on behalf of Enterprise at the British Dyslexia Conference.
“By completing the training programme on your internship, you’ll get promoted. So if you decide to come back after graduating, you’ll join as an Assistant Manager.”
Amazing! Interns are given the same opportunities for promotion as everyone else. By completing the training programme on your internship, you’ll get promoted. So if you decide to come back after graduating, you’ll join as an Assistant Manager.