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1Guide to Internships The Enterprise Rent-A-Car Brought to you by:The Enterprise Rent-A-CarSouth Texas Recruiting DepartmentMorris Ellington Group HR Recruiting Manager
2UTSA Trivia UTSA was established in what year? A. 1957 B. 1969 C. 1976
3UTSA Trivia UTSA’s earliest students attended classes where? A. Hemisfair ParkB. San Antonio CollegeC. Koger Office CenterD. The AlamoC. Koger Office Center
4UTSA TriviaUTSA enrollment ranks where among the nine (9) U.T. system universities?A stB ndC rdD thB nd
5UTSA TriviaUTSA sports teams have participated in how many NCAA National Championship tournaments?ABCDD
6UTSA TriviaUTSA is a member of which of the following NCAA athletic conferences.A. Big 12 ConferenceB. Heart of Texas ConferenceC. Southland ConferenceD. Western Athletic ConferenceC. Southland Conference
7UTSA Trivia UTSA’s downtown campus was dedicated when? A. 1973 B. 1986
8UTSA TriviaThree (3) UTSA men’s basketball players have been named “Southland Conference Player of the Year”. Which of these three did NOT win the honor?A. Roderic HallB. McEverett PowersC. Leroy HurdD. Devin BrownD. Devin Brown
9UTSA Trivia2002 “Southland Conference Player of the Year” McEverett Powers is today an executive for which of the following companies.A. Enterprise Rent-A-CarB. ValeroC. AT&TD. USAAA. Enterprise Rent-A-Car
10Guide to Internships The Enterprise Rent-A-Car Brought to you by:The Enterprise Rent-A-CarSouth Texas Recruiting DepartmentMorris Ellington Group HR Recruiting Manager
11experience that enables career-related skills in What is an Internship?Paid or non-paid workexperience that enablesa student to developcareer-related skills inhis/her chosen field.
12Types of Internships Paid or unpaid Full-time or part-time Academic credit or non-creditSpecified time period (i.e. 12 weeks) or open-endedSeasonal (i.e. summer) or year-roundLocal or nationalCorporate, government, non-profit or otherStructured or unstructured
13Reasons to Intern Develop career-related skills Enhance resume Gain academic credit“Test drive” a potential employerShowcase your skills to a prospective employerMAKE MONEY!
14How to Find Internships UTSA Career ServicesDeans and ProfessorsStudent Organization Guest SpeakersCareer FairsInformation SessionsInternet (UTSA Job Bank, Monster.com, etc.)AlumniNetworkingDirect company contactOthers?
15How to Find Internships 1. Do your research – find an internship that:A. Fits your major and career goalsB. Works demographically (location, dates, hours, pay)2. Build a relationship with the recruiter and company – make yourself stand out.3. Apply early – beat the rush. Last summer we had 838 students apply for 40 Summer Internships!
16Enterprise Rent-A-Car Internships Full-time 12-week Summer Internshipmid-May to mid-AugustMost professors give academic creditPaid InternshipStructured internship which includes:Hands-on, on-the-job experienceFormalized classroom trainingSpecial intern projects and presentationsFun intern events
17Enterprise Rent-A-Car Internships Enterprise Summer Interns are involved in all aspects of our Management Training program:SalesMarketingCustomer ServiceBusiness OperationsFleet ManagementFinancial ManagementEmployee DevelopmentMuch, much more!
18Enterprise Rent-A-Car Internships In addition, Enterprise Interns have goals and qualify for scholarships depending upon their performance in the goal areas as well as their Intern project and end-of-summer presentation.Awards and scholarships are announced at our annual end-of-summer Intern Awards Banquet, held in mid-August at the Dominion Country Club.
19Enterprise Internship Objectives Our goal is to accomplish these three objectives:Provide students with an extensive amount of hands-on training and experience.2. Provide students with a 12-week “snapshot” of the “real world” and a good idea of what life will be life after graduation.3. Motivate students to consider a long-term Enterprise career upon graduation.Over the past two summers, 70% of our Interns have accepted full-time positions in our Management Training program upon graduation
20Completion Requirements Attend all scheduled Intern eventsPresent Intern Project presentationSubmit written Intern Project summarySuccessfully complete all goals listed on “Intern Goals Worksheet” and submit by the deadline.Participate in all aspects of the first 12 weeks of our Management Training program.Our expectations of our Summer Interns are no less than a college graduate coming into a full-time career with Enterprise.
21What Interns Receive / Do 7 days of formalized classroom trainingAlmost 600 hours of hands-on training and experience in all aspects of Management Training programSpend the entire summer working on their Intern project:Identify & receive approval for project topicResearch & develop projectMake oral Intern Project presentationSubmit written Intern Project summaryComplete Intern Goals Worksheet
222006 Intern Schedule of Events May 15-19: Branch Observation WeekMay 22-26: Intern Orientation (Group headquarters)June 14: Marketing trainingJuly 12: Operations trainingJuly 19: Intern Fun Day Out (Fiesta Texas)July 26-27: Intern Project presentations (writtenproject summary due also)August 4: Intern Goals Worksheet dueAugust 9: Intern Appreciation & Awards BanquetDominion Country ClubSan Antonio
23Enterprise Rent-A-Car Internships 67 students, representing 17 different universities, have completed the program over the past two years.Over 35% of our Interns over the past two summers were UTSA students!More than one-third of our Interns are offered career positions in our Management Training program upon graduation. Many have gone on to have GREAT Enterprise careers, including…
24Former Summer InternsJ.R. Huerta (St. Mary’s) – Area Manager, San AntonioSean Matsalla (St. Mary’s) – Area Manager, San AntonioChris Borak (Schreiner) – Area Manager, San AntonioSonya Gaona (UTSA) – Corporate Account Manager, DenverAric Peterson (Schreiner) – Corporate Account Manager, San AntonioJeff McCoy (UTSA) – Branch Manager, San AntonioAaron Book (Incarnate Word) – Branch Manager, San AntonioRonnie Ortiz (UT-Pan Am) – Assistant Manager, BrownsvilleDavid Richardson (Texas State) – Assistant Manager, San AntonioAmanda Corpuz (A&M Kingsville) – Assistant Manager, Corpus ChristiKristina Hageman (UTSA) – Assistant Manager, San AntonioLaura Burkett (Texas State) – Management Assistant, San AntonioHoang (Kyle) Tran (UTSA) – Accountant, San AntonioMaria Rodriguez (UT-Pan Am) – Accountant, San AntonioApril Salinas (St. Mary’s) – Accountant, San Antonio