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Early Career Leadership Programs

GE's Corporate Early Career Leadership Programs combine responsible and important job assignments with formal classroom studies.  The rotational assignments cut across different aspects of a GE business, providing you with broad and valuable experience in a relatively short amount of time.

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Communications

The Communications Leadership Development Program (CLDP) is a challenging, rotational program focused on developing top potential communications and public relations talent. Rotations may include (but are not limited to) public relations, marketing communications, employee communications, and executive communications, among others.

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Engineering

The Edison Engineering Development Program (EEDP) develops technical problem-solving skills through advanced courses in engineering and technical projects and presentations to senior leadership that are aligned with business objectives. Diverse experiences may include: systems, analysis, design, quality, reliability, integration and testing.

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Finance

The Financial Management Program (FMP) develops leadership and analytical skills through classroom training and key assignments. Hands-on experience may include financial planning, accounting, operations analysis, auditing, forecasting, treasury/cash management, and commercial finance.

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Information Technology

The Information Technology Leadership Program (ITLP) develops strong technical and project management skills through a combination of coursework and challenging technical assignments. The program consists of four six-month assignments through one of GE's major business units.

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India
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Manufacturing/Operations

The Operations Management Leadership Program (OMLP) is an ideal entry point for engineers with the energy and drive to define and deliver world-class manufacturing processes, products and services. Possible assignments include shop operations, process engineering, lean manufacturing, global supply chain management, materials management, and environmental health and safety implementation.

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Sales & Marketing

The Commercial Leadership Program (CLP) offers a core curriculum that fosters the development of commercial skills and techniques that are critical to success in all GE businesses. The program prepares candidates for a successful career in sales or marketing by providing the opportunity to learn about our products, industry, and customers while simultaneously making valuable contributions to the organization.

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Business Specific Programs

In addition, various GE businesses have special training programs geared to their businesses. To learn more about these, see below or search our jobs database.

GE Appliances Commercial Training Program
GE Capital Controllership Development Program
GE Energy Plant Financial Leadership Program
GE Corporate Financial Services Investment Analyst Program
GE Energy Environment, Health & Safety Leadership Program
GE Energy Field Engineering Program
GE Appliances & Lighting Logistics Management Leadership Program
GE Appliances & Lighting Environment, Health & Safety Leadership Program
GE University Development Center
GE Capital Risk Management Program

University Recruiting

University recruiting events are your best opportunity for applying to GE at any education level. Learn more about your options and GE's priorities at these valuable events.

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