GM's commitment to the military is a huge part of the culture, and can be found even at the top. Our CEO, Dan Akerson, is a U.S. Naval Academy graduate and our Chief Diversity Officer, Ken Barrett, is a retired U.S. Navy captain. GM is an industry leader, and that kind of innovative requires leadership qualities in all its employees. We recruit veterans and transitioning military personnel, as well as military spouses. It is no secret that the military leadership experience our employees possess is a driving force in our success.
GM is also hugely involved in community involvement. Giving back is a major aspect of our company culture. You can learn more about what GM does for the community here: http://www.gm.com/company/aboutGM/gm_foundation.html
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One of the biggest draws I've had toward candidates comes from seeing evidence that they really love what they've studied. This could be a membership to a particular society, an ongoing personal project (e.g., building robots, developing mobile apps, etc.), or any other sort of extracurricular activity. By demonstrating that you're interested in your field outside of school, you're more likely to be seen as driven and passionate.
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GM is currently undergoing perhaps the largest Information Technology transformations in automotive history, and as a result, we're changing the way we do things. Whether it's in Detroit or our new IT Innovation Center in Austin, GM'S IT management works closely with our interns and entry-level workers in order to build the next generation of IT leaders. This means leading by influence, not my micromanagement, and by promoting that creative start-up mentality with the benefits of working for a Fortune 5 company. There is no shortage of support at GM.
If you have any more questions or would like to learn more about what we're doing with IT here at GM, feel free to reach out to me directly.
GM has made incredible headway in its sustainability programs, all of which fit in seamlessly with GM's new vision. It's a lot to share, so I encourage you to visit http://gmsustainability.com/ for more information on how GM is incorporating sustainability and social responsibility in all of its business solutions.
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