Meet Matt Brooks, Information Technology Leadership Program Alumni at GE Corporate.
"My family has worked at GE for the past four generations. GE offers more than just jobs – it offers careers."Read more about Matt
Meet Rodolfo "Rudy" Chavez, a software engineer in the GE Edison Engineering Development Program at GE Healthcare.
"The work I do makes real impact."Read more about Rudy
Meet Steve Chalmers, a Production Sales Inventory Leader for GE Sensing.
"We lead youths through a series of workshops to get them to think, dream and create the vision of what the future may hold for them."Read more about Steve
Meet Raimundo Onetto, an Engineer Technologist at GE Power & Water.
"A technical background in robotics can be applied basically anywhere where there is hardware or software interaction."Read more about Raimundo
Meet Andi Litz, a Human Resources Manager at GE Home & Business Solutions.
"I am proud that the GE culture gives me the opportunity to be creative and to take big swings needed to get the job done."Read more about Andi
Meet Robert Perry, a Senior Research Chemist at GE Global Research.
"I work with a great team of chemists and chemical engineers who inspire me every day."Read more about Robert
We are diverse, supporting our communities in more than 140 countries. We are GE. And at GE, our people are our greatest asset.
GE is committed to employing a diverse workforce throughout the world, and to providing all employees with opportunities to reach their growth potential and contribute to the progress of the communities we serve.
Our achievements reflect a culture of meritocracy where every employee can be a leader. We believe that when one person grows and improves, we can all grow and improve — and together, we all rise.
At GE, diversity is about the power of the mix—combining different ideas and experiences to deliver the best results. Our inclusive culture fosters teamwork and innovation to help our people, business and communities thrive.
GE’s diversity programs are a competitive advantage in the global marketplace, and our approach continues to earn top recognition from leading publications and organizations, including Diversity Careers, Black Enterprise, Working Mother, and Diversity MBA magazine.
Ultimately, it’s an approach that enables us to develop global leaders who navigate the complexity of our times with clarity, courage and integrity — advancing a culture that uniquely equips all of us to build, power, move, and cure the world.
African American Forum (AAF)
The AAF provides employees with mentors, seminars, networking, and career discussion. The forum also contributes to the development of local African American communities.Learn more ›
Asian Pacific American Forum (APAF)
The APAF supports the Asian Pacific American community with a career development network while promoting broader awareness of differences in Asian and American cultures.Learn more ›
GE’s commitment to the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender communities is supported by the GLBTA Forum, as well as our offering of benefits for domestic partners.Learn more ›
The Hispanic Forum supports coaching, mentoring, role modeling and the recruitment of Hispanic talent. It also reaches out to Hispanic communities with service and corporate sponsorships.Learn more ›
The GE Veterans Network is a community of employees that provides support for the recruitment, transition and career development of military veterans at GE.Learn more ›
The rapidly growing Women’s Network supports the professional development of women around the world by sharing the wisdom of successful women role models.Learn more ›