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.
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 Matt Brooks, Information Technology Leadership Program Leader 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 Justin Behymer, an Information Technology Leadership Program member at GE Corporate.
"Separating myself as a leader"Read more about Justin
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.
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.
John F. Welch Leadership Development Center
At GE, learning is a cultural force and Crotonville is its epicenter. For more than 50 years, the legendary John F. Welch Leadership Center has been at the forefront of real-world application for cutting-edge thinking in organizational development, leadership, innovation and change. Established in 1956, the 53-acre corporate learning campus was the first of its kind in the world. The Crotonville campus attracts the world's brightest and most influential minds in academia and business. Every year, for thousands of our people from entry-level employees to our highest-performing executives, a journey to Crotonville is something of a pilgrimage — a transformative learning experience that, for many, becomes a defining career event.
The facility's meandering outdoor walkways and recreation areas were designed to encourage exploration and spontaneous connection with other learners. Its very structure is a reinforcement of what is best about learning at GE: authentic human connection coupled with the invigorating pursuit of ideas.
Today the Welch Leadership Center continues its legacy, serving as a powerful organizational force that commissions each of our employees with an important reminder: to never stop learning.