Once a sky-baby next to Pratt & Whitney and Rolls-Royce, GE Aviation Systems now rules the runway as the world's largest producer of engines for commercial and military planes. This division of General Electric's Technology Infrastructure segment makes large and small jet, turboprop, and turboshaft engines that power aircraft from cargo, executive, and passenger jets to bombers and helicopters. GE Aviation also makes aircraft engine derivatives for marine propulsion and industrial power sources. Representing over 40% of its parent's annual revenues, GE Aviation operates at...
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Pros: Learned a lot about engineering process and experience trumps any lesson that is offered in a traditional classroom. The people were friendly and willing to help, especially early in the co-op. – Full Review
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Declined Offer – Interviewed in Cincinnati, OH Dec 2012 – Reviewed 5 days ago New
Interview Details – Interviewed just over the phone. Questions were very basic, including my background, what programming languages I knew, and what I wanted to work on at GW. – Full Interview
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