GE Appliances offers early-career training programs designed for new college graduates. You’ll work alongside the best minds in the field on real projects that produce real results. Development programs offer structured job rotations through multiple important and varied assignments that increase your exposure and experience in a short time.
Start your career story with one of these exceptional opportunities to learn and be inspired, to be challenged and rewarded, and to join our community of great people.
In this intensive program, you’ll expand your technical skills as you contribute to business priorities.
Four rotations will provide you exposure to the entire supply chain using state-of-the-art manufacturing and sourcing technology.
Advance your technical skills through rotational job assignments and gain exposure to senior level IT leaders.
Work toward your MBA as you develop both your practical financial skills and your understanding of advanced business principles.
You’ll explore both retail and contract sales channels while discovering your leadership potential through this two-year experience.
"I like the relationships - that was actually one thing that drew me to GE Appliances. The core principles and the values, these definitely drew me to the company, too."
"One of my favorite parts about GE Appliances is how much the people I've worked with have been looking out for me so that I could grow and develop myself professionally."
Dani, Supply Chain
"The Commercial Development Program is a huge investment in your personal, professional and career development. Each person in the program wants nothing but the best for you."
"Everyone is really invested in the company. They want the company to do well and they are all really strong, bright people who want to do a great job."
"The fact that we have had the opportunity to introduce a lot of first-to-market products and always stay on top of innovation, creating the next generation of consumer products - that's a great story."
"We're gaining market share. It's amazing to be able to see and know that I work for that company."
"That's probably what surprised me the most, is just how much fun we have while doing our jobs. And then how much opportunity and freedom we have to pursue the things that interest us."
"You get the people, the diversity, but there's still that communal aspect and that communal feel which I very much enjoy."
Omar, Supply Chain