Life inside GE’s Early Identification Program for Engineers

In today’s jobcast we’ll take a look inside GE’s Early Identification Program. The EID Program is designed to identify high-potential engineering students early in their academic career as possible candidates for one of GE’s technical entry programs. The EID Program offers students the opportunity to experience a real-life work environment at GE, while developing the professionalism critical to a successful career. Apply at More info on the EID program.

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Kate will discuss:

o Tell us how you came to work at GE?
o What is the EID program?
o Describe a typical day as an EID/some of the projects they’d work on.
o What kind of training do you receive?
o What are some of the benefits offered to EIDs?
o How does EID challenge interns/co-ops?
o Describe the culture at GE.
o How does EID help in your career development/progression?
o What types of options are available to you after you graduate? (Leadership Programs)
o How to apply? Who is eligible? When do interviews occur?