Enterprise Mobility and Deltasig: Creating Opportunities for Brothers

Jan 10, 2024 – Enterprise Mobility presented an informational session at Rutgers University-Newark last fall, leading to even more connection between chapter and partner.

Triya Gugale, Rutgers-Newark (NJ), originally reached out to Enterprise Mobility looking for more information about finance internships after receiving an email as a part of the Delta Sigma Pi’s long-standing partnership with Enterprise. 

Triya was connected to Talent Acquisition Manager Jennifer Santiago, and the conversation led to a “Recruiters Secrets Revealed” information session presented by Enterprise hosted by Beta Omicron Chapter and co-sponsored by Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) on Rutgers’ campus. 

In the session, Jennifer provided an overview on Enterprise Mobility’s history and their community outreach. She focused on telling students the ins and outs of interviewing by offering tips on elevator pitches and personal branding. Thanks to Triya and Jennifer’s proactive connection, the event was a huge success! “It was a very fun, interactive workshop… The students were so professional, inquisitive and engaging. Sometimes I’ll do classroom presentations and the enthusiasm is not always there. That was not the case with this group,” said Santiago. 

Reaching out to business professionals can often be intimating, but for Triya, working with Enterprise Mobility was quite easy. “My experience connecting with Enterprise was one of the best I’ve had reaching out to a company… Jennifer was very passionate, and we were able to communicate effectively and quickly to coordinate this successful event,” said Gugale “She was a very engaging speaker and made her presentation interactive for all students…Not only did I learn how to be a better interviewee, but I learned how to be better prepared for an interview.” 

Jennifer’s experience with Rutgers-Newark (NJ) speaks to her work with Deltasigs around the country. Jennifer said, “There’s a quality that comes from being involved with an organization like Delta Sigma Pi. There’s a lot of events, education and camaraderie. They [the students] all really motivate each other. Delta Sigma Pi provides them with amazing resources to take their professionalism to the next level.” 

What started as an interest in career opportunities has led to a partnership between Triya and Jennifer. They have stayed connected since the event and are looking for opportunities to partner at more events in the spring. 

Triya is only a second-year student, but already has great memories with Delta Sigma Pi. “I love the aspect of brotherhood our Fraternity upholds and how we have each other's backs as we learn and grow into strong leaders.” 

Brother Gugale is heavily involved at Rutgers-Newark (NJ) and serves as vice president-community service for her chapter. On campus, she is a part of the Ketanji Brown cohort of Women Business Undergraduates in Leadership Development (BUILD), an organization filled with goal-driven future leaders and works on the events committee for FBLA. 

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