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Engineering Leadership Development Program Marks its First Year

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Engineering Leadership Development Program Marks its First Year

The first year of our Engineering Leadership Development Program (ELDP) has been completed. ELDP is a rotational program that cultivates future technical leaders through investment in professional development for high-potential engineering graduates.

The rotational program consists of a three-year training period in which recent college graduates are provided with a structured experience in various business and functional areas of the organization. This program is designed to prepare participants with a strong cross-functional foundation to be used as building blocks for a leadership-focused career path. The program’s first participants are now transitioning to their second rotation, with new participants entering their first.

 

 

Our ELDP consists of three, twelve-month assignments – Product Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering and Quality Engineering. There are multiple tracks running concurrently across selected Entegris locations (Billerica, Mass.; Chaska, Minn.; Colorado Springs, Colo.; Burnet, Texas; and Danbury, Conn.), presenting opportunities to graduates based in a variety of geographic areas.

 

“This program provides high-potential graduates with a structured career development program that uniquely exposes them to multiple technical disciplines. It also includes leadership training and skills development that will ultimately set them up for success in their chosen role,” said Sue Rice, senior vice president, Human Resources, Entegris. “Once the participants complete the program, these employees will have an advanced understanding of our functions, which will help them navigate their next career move. As an added incentive, ELDP participants are exposed to, and able to participate in, some exclusive programs around innovation.” 

For more information on Entegris, and pursuing a STEM career, visit www.entegris.com/careers 

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