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4.3 of 5 stars (3 Ratings)

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A good program

4.0 of 5 stars

July 2015 | FORMER INTERN

Uppers

Very good training. Should be one of the best globally. Nice people and feel like a big family.

Downers

It's not exactly a downer. You need to tell which exact area you are intersted in before applying for the internship. These training programs are very specific.

Comments

You need to make sure you are interested in the specific area before doing the job, especially for full time.

Would You Recommend

Yes

Great Exposure, Leadership Training

4.0 of 5 stars

April 2015 | FORMER INTERN

Uppers

Exposure to leadership
Structured process - Great goal setting process, mid internship review

Downers

Less pre and post internship engagement
Random assignments allocation by HRs without taking into account skill set

Comments

A good opportunity to work in a comapny which is known for creating leaders organically

Would You Recommend

Yes

Financial Management Program (FMP), GE Transportation

5.0 of 5 stars

Chicago, IL | March 2015 | FORMER INTERN

Uppers

There was a lot of exposure to upper-level management. As an intern, I was introduced to both the CEO and CFO of the Transportation business as well as many other executives.

Downers

Something that I found unattractive about GE is how mobile you must be. For the first 2 years, you will be moving locations (for example Erie, Chicago, Ft. Worth, Nairobi, etc.) every six months. After that, you may have to move every 3 months for a few years.

Comments

The interview was very behaviorally focused. If you feel as though you have a good relationship with your interview and really hit it off with the various recruiters, you will probably receive an offer.

Would You Recommend

Yes

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