EEDP is an intensive program for people who have a passion for technology

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Edison Engineering Development Program (EEDP)

Across healthcare, energy, and transportation, GE engineers are designing breakthroughs that no one saw coming, but benefit millions. From creating microchip implants that grant paralysis patients newfound freedom, to harnessing ocean tides to power city grids, to repurposing our jet engine technology to build the world’s fastest ship, we hold our post on the forefront of innovation to move, cure, build, and power the world.

Edison Engineering Development Program (EEDP)

Across healthcare, energy, and transportation, GE engineers are designing breakthroughs that no one saw coming, but benefit millions. From creating microchip implants that grant paralysis patients newfound freedom, to harnessing ocean tides to power city grids, to repurposing our jet engine technology to build the world’s fastest ship, we hold our post on the forefront of innovation to move, cure, build, and power the world.

Professional development though technical training and business-critical assignments

Program Details

  • 2-3 year program: 3+ rotations
  • Rotational assignments are engineering projects driven by real GE business priorities
  • Advanced engineering coursework
  • Earn credit towards an M.S. degree in engineering
  • Formal reports and presentations to senior leadership
  • Crotonville: Activating your leadership journey
  • Continual feedback throughout program

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Rotational assignments are engineering projects driven by real GE business priorities

Learn More About Life in the EEDP

GE’s Edison Engineering Development Program (EEDP) offers exceptional experiences to begin a career in engineering and product design. Gain professional development through intense technical training and a variety of business-critical assignments to make innovative contributions.

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EEDP Courtney Renninger

"We’re given these opportunities that allow us to really develop into a significant contributor in a short period of time. I’m on my fourth rotation in the Advanced Technologies organization, working with steam conceptual design.”

Courtney Renninger