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General Electric EID Internship for Nigerian Undergraduates

Last updated: Aug 1, 2022

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Target: Nigeria

Award Value: Not Specified

Host Institution: GE Facility

deadline:

Not Stated

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General Electric EID Internship for Nigerian Undergraduates

Last updated: Aug 1, 2022

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Summary

Target: Nigeria

Award Value: Not Specified

Host Institution: GE Facility

deadline:

Not Stated

General Electric EID Internship for Nigerian UndergraduatesYoung University students who are undertaking a course in a field related to power generation and who wish to acquire industrial experience can now apply for the General Electric EID Internship for Nigerian Undergraduates. The interns will be exposed to technical development and experience, a multinational company, and the opportunity to network with experts, leaders, and other interns. Application for this opportunity is ongoing.

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Internship Details

This Early Identification (EID) Undergraduate Intern-Services is a 3-month student role in the Services ITR organization for Nigeria. The role requires working closely with the assigned business to provide execution support to ongoing services at the customer site. This role may also require interface with GE customers and with other GE counterparts.

GE Gas Power engineers cleaner, more accessible energy that people depend on, powering growth and prosperity for people everywhere, and are passionate about creating an inclusive work environment. By valuing the ideas and contributions of a diverse workforce we help inspire others to grow, succeed, and raise the bar for everyone. 

Program Benefits

GE Nigeria undergraduate interns will undergo learning experiences and technical development including:

•Challenging work assignments – exposure to on-the-job learning and working with GE technology.
•Exposure to a multinational company.
•Developmental feedback.
•Opportunities to network with Leaders and other interns.

Level and Areas of Study

Non-degree programme in engineering power-related fields.

Place of Study

The internship will take place at the GE facility in Nigeria.

Eligibility Criteria

To be qualified for the General Electric EID Internship for Nigerian Undergraduates, candidates must meet the following conditions:

  • Academic excellence in Mechanical, Industrial, Chemical, Electrical, or Production Engineering.
  • 2nd or 3rd year student with a Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of not less than 3.5 (Second Class Upper).
  • Demonstrated leadership ability and initiative.
  • Ready to learn, energetic, proactive, and have IT skills.

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Application Procedure

Interested undergraduate students should apply online through the official website.

Submission Deadline: Not specified.

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