GE Research - Info Session for all University students!

Wednesday, September 29 at 1:00pm to 2:00pm

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In this interactive webinar, you’ll get an inside look at how GE Research is seeing, moving, and creating the future of aviation, healthcare, and energy, and learn about career opportunities for graduate students.

You’ll get to explore GE Research’s mission, and our role in creating the future of flight, precision health, and the energy transition.
Career opportunities for graduate students in engineering and computer science, including our award-winning internship program
The GE Research Edison Engineering Development Program (EEDP), a premier rotational program for Masters graduates in engineering and computer science.

You’ll meet Megan Magee, GE Research Director of Talent Acquisition, Tiffany Westendorf, GE Research Edison Engineering Development Program Leader, and Suzanne Wolff, GE Research Intern Program Leader, and hear first-hand experiences from research scientists and Edison Engineers. All will be available for Q&A during the session.

GE –Building a World that Works

GE will be front and center in the global energy transition, delivering precision health that personalizes diagnoses and treatments, and delivering a future of smarter and more efficient flight. When we hear “impossible", we accept the challenge.

Join us to learn how you can impact the world when you join GE.

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