Life in the GE Research EEDP
Are you ready to start your career in engineering research at GE's innovation engine? If you have a passion for technology, a drive for technical excellence and a desire to keep learning, the Edison Engineering Development Program (EEDP) may be the perfect fit for you! GE Research's EEDP offers recent MS graduates the opportunity to develop professionally while gaining technical expertise in their chosen field and expanding their skills in new domains.
The EEDP is a fully-customizable experience that is tailored to suit each engineer’s unique goals, skills and interests. The program offers rolling admission, and program members have the ability to choose everything from their start date and rotation length to their project and research area. Edison Engineers work on at least 3 research projects over 2-3 years that span GE Research’s technical disciplines while receiving training, mentorship and coaching from world-class technologists and experienced technical managers.
As a member of the Edison Engineering Development Program at GE Research, you’ll have access to some of the brightest minds in the fields of materials engineering, software, thermosciences, additive manufacturing, controls, digital technology and many others. You’ll use your engineering training to help solve problems, and you’ll grow your leadership and communication skills through the EEDP’s unique training opportunities.
Our Edison Engineers are bright, enthusiastic individuals who are passionate about what they do. They are fully integrated into our teams of scientists and engineers, and they work to deliver solutions to real problems that have a big impact on GE’s businesses and customers.
To learn more about the GE Research Edisons and the work they do, check out the first installments in our new series, The Edison Edge:
- Sara Peterson, a current EEDP
- Hacking the future of industry, highlights from this year's EEDP Hack-a-thon
Interested in applying to the program? Check out the job posting for the Edison Engineering Development Program at GE Research here.