After her industrial placement Louise spent her final year of university working part time for Enterprise. She was pleased to return after graduating and she has been promoted several times since. Here she shares the secrets of her success.
Doing an internship with Enterprise has allowed me to meet so many new people, meaning that alongside work I’ve not only had lots of fun, but I also learned the skills that are going to make a real difference to my career.
One of the highlights from my time at Coventry University is being part of the university's Cheerleading club. As President, I was keen to find sponsorship opportunities with businesses that would not only provide financial benefits but also help our members’ employability. This is when Enterprise stepped in.
Finding a mentor might be one of the most important strategic career decisions you make. At Enterprise you’ll receive mentoring support throughout your career and you’ll get the chance to develop your own mentoring skills through our external partners too.
Do you know the difference between behavioural, Situational or Case-based? Not all job interview formats are the same. We look at the three main types and explain how to give the answers that will get you hired.