Engineer and avid runner David Riddle powered himself to an impressive 2:28 finishing time at the Boston Marathon this year. But he couldn’t have done it without the support of his family and GE colleagues.
As a young girl, Roxana Leonte remembers feeling awestruck by the white lines of the contrails that airplanes left in the sky as they soared high above her home in Romania. She marveled at everything from the physics that allowed airplanes to take flight to what it would feel like to be a passenger or even the pilot on a jumbo jet.
Meet Gurhan Andac, GE Aviation’s engineering leader for aviation fuels and additives. Andac researches biofuels and synthetic fuels for engines, or sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). His team studies how well the fuels perform in engines, quantifies their benefits and promotes SAF use with the airlines.
Internships play a critical role in an aspiring professional’s transition from school to the working world. GE Aviation is currently hiring for over 500 intern roles in addition to over 250 spots on the coveted rotational development programs for those graduating in 2022.
Here Come The Change-Makers: GE To Invest $5 Million In Next Engineers Diversity Program In Cincinnati
The first time Alisha Davis-Kent heard about Next Engineers, GE’s new global college readiness program focused on increasing the diversity of young people in the engineering field, she felt like someone had “heard my story, understood my story and was creating a solution to help others overcome some of the struggles and problems that I had as a child.”
Europeans are familiar with the feeling of a penalty shootout on the football pitch, and this morning has a similar mix of tension, excitement, and anxiety. Inside the Beechcraft Berlin Aviation (BBA) hangar is an experimental Beechcraft King Air 350, and on its left wing was the new Catalyst engine, which was installed last December.
After nearly seven years in the U.S. Army, Brennen McGuire wondered, what’s next? Then he learned about GE Aviation’s Junior Officer Leadership Program.
Engineer Marie-Christine Caron, Senior Operations Manager at the GE Bromont site, was recently named to SME’s list of 20 women making their mark in robotics and automation in 2020. In this Quick Six, she talks about her engineering, robotics and site leadership experience.
What’s it like to carry the Olympic torch? Three GE Aviation employees provide insights from the torch relay.
Dr. Sanford Moss almost singlehandedly gave GE its critical toehold into the new, fast-evolving aviation industry when he led the design of the first practical “turbosupercharger,” which allowed piston-powered airplanes to soar at record heights.
GE Aviation’s partnership with Xavier University leads to national acclaim
GE’s CF6 engine celebrated 50 years of service last week. We asked former CF6 leaders to reflect on the engine and what it means to GE Aviation and to them personally.
From working parents to military veterans, GE would not be the company it is today without its employees. We created “Quick...
As the leading provider of civil and military propulsion, GE Aviation has an inherent responsibility to help the aviation industry decarbonize. Rising to this challenge inspires our employees, serves our customers, and indeed, is good for our business.
XA100 Adaptive Cycle Engine, Junior Officer Leadership Program Represent GE as Aviation Week Laureate Award Winners
A transformational GE military engine program and a unique GE leadership program are bringing home some hardware as 2021 recipients of Aviation Week Network’s Laureates awards.
See how two members of GE Aviation’s Law Clerk Program used their experiences to make an impact.
Carmen Campbell, the first person to ever transition at GE’s Grand Rapids, Michigan, site and now GE’s Transgender Advocate for Europe, is passionate about using her experiences to help cultivate a safe and supportive workplace for her transgender colleagues.
Heather Apple, Executive, Product Manager, helped establish GE Aviation’s Pride Alliance in Aviation in 2005. She talks about the support she’s received living openly and authentically as a member of the LGBTQAI+ community.
GE Aviation’s Tony Rosa marked his 70th GE work anniversary on June 11, making Rosa the longest-tenured GE employee.
GE Aviation’s Quick Six With Jayesh Shanbhag, Regional General Manager for Customer and Product Support
A proud Pacific Islander from Mumbai, India, GE Aviation’s Jayesh Shanbhag shares how his culture shaped his experiences and how he began his career at GE Aviation.