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Options for new graduates
- Entry-level jobs
Most common opportunity for new graduates. Employers may have formal training programs or you may learn on-the-job with colleagues in your department.
Entry-level jobs that involve rotations through different functional areas of the business (example: 4 months in sales, 4 months in quality, 4 months in production). Placement upon completion depends upon interest, performance, and availability.
Accelerated leadership track with rotations through different locations or business units (example: 6 months in Energy, 6 months in Aviation, 6 months in Healthcare). Placement upon completion depends upon interest, performance, and availability.
Less common point of entry for new graduates, but should be a serious consideration in a challenging job market. These are short-term positions in your field that can (in some cases) lead to permanent entry-level jobs.
- Experienced positions
Most common for non-traditional new graduates with prior work or military experience. As a new graduate, you will also be considered for opportunities noted above.