GE offers full-time internships to qualified candidates at each of our GE businesses. GE also offers co-ops to four-year college students who want to work more than 12 weeks while maintaining their college schedules. Gain hands-on experience while working on challenging projects, network with professionals and learn from some of the brightest minds in business.
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Whether you’re seasoned or just starting, GE offers you unmatched opportunities to build a successful future. Worldwide, we invest about $1 billion each year on training and education programs to build the future’s great leaders.
The Entry-Level Leadership Programs give you a lot of valuable experience quickly. Your job assignments and responsibilities rotate across different aspects of a GE business so you can see the bigger picture while learning useful specifics. This experience is supplemented with formal classroom studies.
Your service made you a leader and a disciplined, strategic thinker with a level of loyalty that is unmatched. At GE, we recognize and value your strengths, which makes us a great choice for your civilian career. If you’re a veteran and a university student, GE may have a career for you.
GE can help you put everything you have learned to good use. You can work on extraordinary projects with some of the best minds in their fields, and with our Experienced Leadership programs your career at GE can advance very quickly.
Crotonville is GE’s global leadership institute.
Often described as the epicenter of GE culture, Crotonville is both a place and an ideal. It connects past, present, and future — our heritage and our vision. Here, we seek to define the state of the art of leadership, sharing ideas with the most influential thinkers in academia and business, and creating transformative learning experiences to inspire, connect and develop the GE leaders of today and tomorrow.
Founded in 1956, Crotonville is the world’s first major corporate university. The 59-acre main campus in New York hosts thousands of GE employees and customers each year. Thousands more attend Crotonville leadership courses around the world.
Crotonville is a testament to our belief that great companies — and great leaders — never stop evolving. In that spirit, we are engaged in a multi-year, multi-phased effort to reimagine the entire learning ecosystem — including our curriculum, learning environment, and overall learning experience — ensuring that GE maintains its position as the preeminent company for leadership development, and that Crotonville continues to be a global nexus of ideas.