I first considered a career with Enterprise Rent-A-Car during my final year of university, when I was encouraged to apply for a ‘Female Entrepreneur of the Year’ prize, which the company was sponsoring.
Many people look forward to their final year at university with underlying concerns. But actually it has the potentially to be the best of the lot. Here are five tips to help you get the most out the experience.
Progression is as quick as you want it at Enterprise and I was determined to do as well as I could. Four years after joining, I’m manager of Leeds Bradford Airport branch and can’t wait to see what the future has in store.
Hannah discovered how hard work could lead to quick career progression, personal development and achievement when she applied for a Management Trainee Programme while at university. And after two years with us and two promotions, she’s already looking forward to her next one.
Making sure that you make every part of your response to an interview question thoughtful and relevant doesn’t have to be challenging thanks to the STAR technique, which applies a clever method to your answer and helps you match your experience to the job.
Your Alumni network is not only a great way to meet new people, learn more about the field you want to work in and get great advice from those in the workplace, it could also open the door to job opportunities. Find out how to make the most of this often untapped resource.
Graduation usually arrives quicker than you expect and you want to leave knowing you have gotten the most out of your University experience. But with so much to fit in what should you be doing earlier in your academic career? Here are nine things not to leave until your final year of University.