With June being Pride Month, GE Aviation is shining a light on the valuable LGBTQAI+ members of our team. Meet Adriana Bustamante and learn why it was important for her to get involved with GE’s Pride Alliance.
How a Trip to the National Spelling Bee Helped This Father-Daughter Team Learn That Progress Takes Patience
Sahana Srikanth, daughter of GE Aviation’s Srikanth Akkaram, recently placed ninth at the Scripps National Spelling Bee! She picked up useful new habits along the way, which also helped her father reframe how he approached work.
As the situation in Ukraine has worsened, GE Aviation employees in the area have stepped up to provide aid.
Matt Sabo fell hard for aerospace engineering. Now his son Ben is following in his footsteps.
Flying Into The Future: Christine Andrews Is Helping NASA And GE Aviation Build A Hybrid Electric Engine
One summer as a teenager, Christine Andrews visited NASA Mission Control Center in Houston with her family. Marveling at the...
Money Back Guarantee: GE Volunteers Help 150 Cincinnati Families File Taxes, Garnering $270,000 In Refunds
For low income families, paying for tax preparation can take a dent of funds needed for other items. Thanks to a group of GE Aviation volunteers, 150 families in the Cincinnati area got help filing their taxes and were able to claim returns that generated $270,000 in refunds for the community.
Veronica Mendez Magaña, operations leader at the GE Querétaro site, believes improvements start with the humility to admit imperfections.
GE leader Ewa Czerederecka is known for her candor and encouragement, and her teams are thriving as a result.
On International Women’s Day, GE Aviation’s Luana Iorio offers insights into overcoming gender bias in engineering and how critical diversity is to inventing the future of flight.
When Mimmo Catalano was 5 years old, his dad took him to work at his office, at an airport in Sardinia, and the boy’s...
Electrical engineering student Aaron Plvan has spent his co-ops at GE Aviation living in his solar-powered van. From the high-tech experience at GE Aviation’s additive site in Auburn to the traditional manufacturing site in Rutland, Plvan is gaining deep experience across the spectrum at GE. And taking in the views as he goes.
Meet Charlie Barker, Facilities Engineer and leader of the GE Aviation Rutland Energy Efficiency Program. Charlie’s sustainability initiatives have resulted in 115 energy conservation projects saving 16,053,903 kilo-watt hours in electrical and over 12,541 tons of greenhouse gas emissions for the Rutland aircraft airfoil manufacturing operation.
Ashley Havera, global field services and product support team director for Military Systems Operation (MSO), recently got an up close and personal view of GE military engines in action aboard the U.S.Navy’s USS Abraham Lincoln.
Boeing’s Deputy Chief Test Pilot Heather Ross talks about flying the GE9X powered 777X aircraft.
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.