|Ms. Nguyen Tue Khanh - Deputy Director and HR Manager of GE Vietnam introduced leadership development program, working environment as well as career opportunities at GE for fresh university graduates.
Ranked as one of the 2015 best companies for leaders by Chief Executive Magazine with a budget of approximately US$1 billion per year spent on the human resource training across the globe, GE has been showing a strong investment in human resource development.
In Vietnam, GE always appreciates the importance of identifying and fostering talents, especially future engineers studying at prestigious universities.
Through the seminar, senior leaders at GE Vietnam want to showcase a comprehensive picture of GE's businesses as well as training programmes and workforce development of the company to students. GE hopes that those potential engineers will get the right mindset for the future and a good grasp of career opportunities.
Especially, at this seminar, GE also announced the contest “Unimpossible Missions: University Edition challenge” which is hosted by GE in collaboration with Nine Sigma, a leading provider of open innovation solutions, and more than 125 of the best engineering universities in the world.
The aim is to encourage breakthrough thinking of students, especially engineering students. Participating in the contest, contestants will have the chance to win the first prize which is a US$100,000 scholarship and become a paid-intern at any GE Global Research Center in 2017.