2014 Careers at General Motors

Learn. Lead. Do Both at GM There is a movement happening at GM, a ground-up revolution — one that requires hard work, determination, and a unified vision that embraces new […]

Learn. Lead. Do Both at GM

There is a movement happening at GM, a ground-up revolution — one that requires hard work, determination, and a unified vision that embraces new ideas, fresh thinking and close collaboration. Here, inspired thinkers, like you, can contribute to what’s next, now. And your ambition can propel us toward the future — to revolutionize the automotive industry from the inside out.

You’ll learn from the past generation — and lead the next — through a number of Internship, Co-op and Entry-level positions, in areas that include flex-fuel, Voltec, biofuel, battery, hydrogen fuel cell and hybrid propulsion solutions. GM also offers an array of opportunities in areas such as communications, creative design, vehicle engineering, manufacturing & supply chain, management, public policy and sales, service and marketing, among others. In short, you’ll have the opportunity to make a difference from day one — no matter where your particular talent lies.

Bring your talents to GM, you’ll discover what our current employees already know: that together, there’s no stopping us.


GM Automotive Design

Creative Design at GM

General Motors is currently seeking students for Creative Design, Digital Sculpting and Visualization. Candidates currently working on undergraduate or graduate degrees in the following majors may apply:

  • Industrial Design,
  • Automotive Design,
  • Transportation Design,
  • Product Design,
  • Graphic Design,
  • User Experience Design,
  • Ceramics,
  • Fine Arts,
  • User Interface Design,
  • Computer Animation,
  • Digital Filmmaking,
  • Multimedia Design,
  • Game Design,
  • Visual Effects and related fields.
Opportunities are posted on General Motors Student Center website: http://careers.gm.com/student-center.html

Howard University is PACE Institution

GM Design Center

Partners for the Advancement of Collaborative Engineering Education (PACE) links General Motors, Autodesk, Hewlett Packard, Oracle, Siemens PLM Software, and their global operations, to support strategically selected academic institutions worldwide to develop the automotive product lifecycle management (PLM) team of the future.

Howard University’s Department of Art and Department of Mechanical Engineering collaborate to deliver curricular programs designed to grant students with experience relative to creative design and engineering in the automative industry. If you are interested in receiving more information about PACE projects or General Motors careers, contact Dr. Tony M. McEachern (Art) or Dr. Sonya T. Smith (Mechanical Engineering).


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