General Motors

General Motors designs, manufactures, markets, and distributes vehicles and vehicle parts in addition to selling financial services. It is the largest American automobile manufacturer and one of the world’s largest as well.

What

General Motors

Looks For

General Motors (GM) looks for bold people who will share their ideas and innovators who challenge the status quo. They look for collaborators who work well with diverse teams and are self-motivated.

History of

General Motors

General Motors Co builds and sells trucks, crossovers, cars, and automobile parts worldwide. It also provides automotive financing services through General Motors Financial Company, Inc.

General Motors

Internship Programs

GM's EXCEL Internship & Co-Op Program

The Exploring Career through Experiential Learning (EXCEL) student internship & co-op program lasts 10-12 weeks, and is a great way to apply your skills, gain experience and help unlock your professional potential. Housing assistance is available for interns, so you can live close to where you work. Select co-op opportunities are also available through your school's co-op program. Join General Motors and get a glimpse into the innovations unfolding at General Motors through a dynamic, hands on experience under guidance of their industry leaders.

What it's like to Work at

General Motors

Quick Facts

Entry-level careers:
Customer Support / Success
Data / Analytics
Engineering
Finance
IT/IS
Supply Chain / Logistics
industries
Manufacturing
Automotive
office locations
Greater Detroit
Greater Austin

Internship Info

Number of interns (2022)
Preferred education level
Undergraduate and graduate students pursuing a degree
Perks
  • Housing Assistance
  • Hands-On Experience
  • Guidance Under Industry Leaders

General Motors

Interview Process

The normal hiring process typically can take from 6 to 8 weeks.

1. Online Assessment Test

The first step of the process is an online assessment test that will be used as a screen to determine if you should be moved on to the next step.

2. Phone Interview

The next step is typically a phone interview to briefly go over your background and interests to see if you could be a good fit.

3. In-Person Interview

For internship positions, the last step is a 30-minute interview. This will be the most in-depth and is used to assess your qualications.