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Two years down, one to go. See how Callum, a third-year apprentice at GE Aviation Wales, is continuing the family tradition of keeping the world flying. Tomorrow is Made in the UK.
For more than a century, volunteerism has been a vibrant part of GE's culture, as both an individual employee activity as well as an organizational effort. We coordinate our resources — including products, matching gifts, grants and people — to create responses tailored to local and individual challenges. Today, the ultimate measure of GE's business is found in the improvements to the lives touched by our work. Learn more about GE’s citizenship activities in the UK.
The GE Military Veteran Network was created to support, develop and promote the unique characteristics of military veterans throughout GE’s businesses and local communities and also to focus on fostering a culture inside the company that Recruits, Transitions, Develops and Retains veterans as an essential leadership pipeline at GE.
Crotonville, GE’s global leadership institute, was created in 1956 as a nexus of innovation, ideas, and learning. Every day, thousands of GE employees and customers around the globe take part in state-of-the-art experiential learning opportunities offered at our New York campus, across our digital platforms, and at GE learning centres and local GE sites worldwide. Crotonville established GE as a pioneer and global standard-setter for leadership development and learning. Today, we continue to advance an evolutionary culture – a culture where learning shapes strategy, and leaders are equipped and inspired to succeed.
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