There is no doubt that internships and similar work experience programmes have become an increasingly important part of the graduate recruitment process. But if you’re one of the many people who hasn’t yet done an internship, there’s no need to go into full panic mode just yet.
Working with Enterprise has opened so many doors for me. With the flexibility to go into other areas of the business and continuously develop in my career, the possibilities with Enterprise are endless.
There are always new challenges at Enterprise, and the time I spent as an intern allowed me to get ahead as a graduate management trainee. It’s only been 18 months but I’ve come such a long way both personally and professionally.
University Career Services are one of the most underutilised tools at university. Whether you’re in your first year, a new graduate or considering setting up your own business, there’s plenty they can help with, including internships and graduate schemes.
As an intern in our European Corporate Office, Michaela has worked across many departments allowing her to develop her skills. She explains why the Enterprise values are well reflected in the available career opportunities.
Every year, thousands of students graduate but is a degree enough to get a job? Employers are looking for students who have gone above and beyond to take their employability prospects to the next level. Here is what you can do to make sure you stand out.