GE Aerospace

About GE Aerospace

At GE Aerospace, we believe the world works better when it flies. We are a world-leading provider of jet engines, components, and integrated systems for commercial and military aircraft. Our rich history of inventing the future of flight, our continual investment in research and development, and our talented and innovative people will enable us to rise to the challenge of building a world that works with industry-leading technology and innovation. In fact, we’re already developing our next generation of technologies to achieve greater fuel efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions with an ambition to be a net-zero company by 2050.

Working at GE Aerospace means you are bringing your unique perspective, innovative spirit, drive, curiosity, and ability to question the status quo to a collaborative and diverse team. It means you will have ideas and we will listen. Here, you will have the opportunity to work on really cool things with really smart people. Work that you will be proud of. Work that really matters.

Here are just a few of the reasons you will want to consider a career with us:
• You will help solve the global challenge of how the world flies sustainably. Do work real work with a real purpose.
• Be a part of a global workforce of diverse backgrounds, perspectives, ideas, and experiences where everyone feels supported and respected.
• Learn from the best minds who also want to learn from you.
• Earn merit-based rewards and incentives.
• Have opportunities for continuous learning and development.


Supply Chain Intern

January 2024 - May 2024 Cincinnati, OH
“I really enjoy the people I work with. You can tell most people are really passionate about what they do. Furthermore, they are happy to share knowledge with those who ask. Additionally there is a lot of interesting tech and machines in the shop that you can see in action. There are CNC's, plasma cutters, waterjets, 3D printers, and cranes everywhere. Hours are also flexible.”

Supply Chain and Manufacturing Co-op

January 2024 - May 2024 Cincinnati, OH
“My favorite thing about this co-op was the opportunity for hands-on experience. During this rotation, I was able to learn about how a model line in a repair shop functions by seeing first-hand how parts go through the processes. This model line is the first one at my site, so there is lots of room for growth and change, and it has been very insightful seeing those changes happen and being able to create change. This experience has given me a great background in manufacturing processes and different operations. I have also been able to learn new skills like welding, using a CNC machine, and how to use plenty of other tools while working on projects for the site. ”
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Questions & Answers

I'm starting my internship at GE in a month. Given that it's such a big corporation, how does one stand out from his peers?

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