GE has invested more than $400 million to expand its Albany-area footprint with its health care, battery and renewable energy businesses leading to more than 1,600 private-sector jobs in the region in the last five years
Northwestern University’s McCormick Office of Career Development was recently recognized by General Electric (GE) with the GE Partnership Award. The award was given for the office’s efforts in creating an outstanding corporate relationship with the company
Tuesday, state and local leaders stopped to celebrate Southwest Ohio’s major economic development win and praised GE for expanding job counts and investments in the state.
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and GE announced last week the 20 students who were awarded the GE Reagan Foundation Scholarship. This scholarship program, which just completed its fourth year, awards students who embody the vision and values personified by President Reagan, including leadership, drive, integrity and citizenship. Each student will receive $10,000 a year, for up to four years, to be applied to student tuition, room, and board while the recipient is pursuing a bachelor’s degree at an accredited U.S. college or university. Over the ten year program, up to 200 four-year college scholarships totaling over $8 million will be awarded.
The addition of GE and its at least 1,400 employees will provide a massive boost to retail and restaurant business in downtown Cincinnati.