“The one thing that is true for all ITLPs is the variety. There are so many different people you work with, such a variety of projects to work on and so many places you could go. This March I started my 2nd rotation and it couldn’t be more different from my first. I am working in a different office, with a different environment, with different people, in a different area of the business, in a completely different role. It is this variety that makes ITLP so interesting and gives you an unparalleled level of experience.”
“Like other leadership programs in GE, IMLP provides the opportunity to accelerate your learning by exposing the trainee to different businesses environments, leadership styles, and business problems during the course of the rotations,” said João Lencioni, CIO Latin America. “This is a great opportunity to learn how to adapt quickly into a new environment and deliver under tight time constraints. People know that IMLPs went through those hurdles and therefore trust their capacity to take even more stretch challenges ahead.”
The GE Japan Leadership Program office will visit eight cities in the U.S. and Europe to meet students in the area. This event is for GE’s premier Leadership Programs in Financial Management, Human Resources, Information Management, Risk Management, Operation Management, Sales & Marketing and Engineering functions. If you are thinking about a leadership program position, apply below!
GE’s entry-level leadership programs offer recent college graduates top development opportunities that combine real-world experience with formal classroom study. These programs cover everything from IT to engineering to finance. Through a series of rotating assignments – typically over a period of two years – new professionals receive accelerated development, world-class mentors, and global networking that cuts across all GE’s businesses. GE’s leadership programs are as important to a student’s personal brand as a college degree.
More and more companies are recognizing the value of social media in building their employer brand in the minds of college students. At General Electric, recent grads in the Information Management Leadership Program update the IMLP Blog with firsthand accounts of exciting projects and travel adventures. Through vehicles like this, students can get a feel for what it’s actually like to work for these companies.
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