The best part of joining Enterprise Holdings? Support. Being in the military is not just a job; it's a way of life. At Enterprise Holdings, you'll work with people who have walked in your shoes and be surrounded by people who respect where you've been. People who have your back. Our culture and values are similar to those found in the military, which means we recognize and reward individuals for their performance and commitment to teamwork. Our employees work together to support our mission and each other – all while taking pride in a job well done. Learn more about their stories and what brought them to Enterprise Holdings.
O3, Captain – U.S. Army, Finance Corps, Fort Jackson, SC
Assistant Vice President, Enterprise Fleet Management
My Enterprise Holdings career began in 1996.
I was in active duty for seven years prior to taking my first post-military job at Enterprise Holdings. I’d come from an accounting and finance field in the military, so it made my transition into accounting and finance here much easier. The culture has also helped. Enterprise is a team just like the military, where promotions are based on performance, not seniority. And a little friendly competition among team members drives us all to be better.
If I could offer advice to fellow transitioning military, I’d say to look for a field within Enterprise that closely matches what you were doing in the military. The discipline and work ethic that you learned in the military will help you succeed in any position within Enterprise.
E4, Corporal – U.S. Marine Corps, Infantry, Scout Sniper, Security Forces, Norfolk, VA
Enterprise Truck Rental Area Manager
My Enterprise Holdings career began in 2006
I was first drawn to Enterprise by the chance to be in control of my own career. I began as a Management Trainee and worked my way up to a Branch Manager. In all of my rental operations roles, including my current position, I’ve been able to utilize the leadership and team-building skills I learned during my eight years of service in the Marine Corps. The team-oriented structure and performance-based promotion criteria really helped me in my transition to a civilian career. I initially had a hard time with the autonomy to make my own decisions, so it was an adjustment when I was given the opportunity to be more self-reliant with my career path choices.
Enterprise Holdings also appealed to me on a more personal level. When I was first looking into the company, I discovered that the founder, Jack Taylor, was a WWII veteran, and that was important to me. Most veterans really understand the sacrifice that each member of our Armed Forces makes to join the military. I knew when I joined Enterprise that my service would be understood and respected.
E4, Senior Airman – U.S. Air Force, Security Specialist, Kelly AFB, TX
Enterprise Rent-A-Car Branch Manager
My Enterprise Holdings career began in 2005
During my eight years in the Air Force, I’d grown to enjoy the family feel and team environment I experienced while stationed in Germany. So, when I discovered that Enterprise Holdings was a family-owned company that was founded by a WWII veteran, I was sold. It was the first time I thought I could recreate that same cultural feel I had in Germany all those years ago.
My time in the military has been invaluable to my career at Enterprise. The discipline, attention to detail and ability to adapt quickly – all learned during my military experience – have helped me get past many obstacles in my path. I think Enterprise is a great place for transitioning military and veterans dedicated to building a career and growing with a company that wants its employees to succeed.
2nd Lt. – Army National Guard, St. Louis, MO
Call Center Remote Team Manager
My Enterprise Holdings career began in 2007
I joined the National Guard in October 2012, and I’m currently stationed at the 1375th Chemical Company in St. Louis. Enterprise has been very understanding and supportive of my decision to join the military. They’re flexible with my work arrangements, and I appreciate knowing I have job security.
Being a member of the National Guard has greatly enhanced my leadership skills. I’ve become a better coach by listening to and developing my employees as individuals. My military training has taught me discipline, self-motivation and resilience. It’s had an immediate impact on how I do my job and overcome everyday challenges. If I could offer advice to other military members, I’d say that at Enterprise Holdings, you’ll be able to utilize the skills you gained in the military and be challenged to develop them even further.