Internships & Co-Ops
GE offers full-time internships to qualified candidates as well as 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.
GE's Corporate Entry-Level 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Project Management Leadership Program (PMLP) accelerates the development of project management personnel through intensive training in the areas of technical, commercial and leadership skills. PMLP is a two-year program spanning four six-month rotational assignments in various project management functional disciplines (commercial operations, quality, sourcing, contract management, finance, project controls, logistics, project management, lean, field / construction and technical) and typically includes one international assignment.