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Commercial Operations Rotation

Commercial Operations Rotation

The Commercial Operations Rotation Program provides new graduates with the unique opportunity to quickly gain broad business experience through four rotations across various aspects of the business.

Participants will actively take part in mentoring relationships, experiential learning and leadership development opportunities. The one-year program culminates with a graduation ceremony and placement into a permanent role within Corning. Each three-to four-month rotation provides participants with the opportunity to learn and experience a functional aspect of the Commercial end-to-end process.

Develop Strengths That Enhance Your Progress

The program intends to build a pipeline of talent that gains exposure to multiple aspects within the business. Each rotation offers an overview of a core aspect of the business, including product design and pricing, product marketing, field sales, engineering and customer support.

Participants are paired with a designated mentor, and will be given the opportunity to network with senior professionals, participate in specific learning and development opportunities, and take part in fun, interactive activities.

The program includes:

  • Robust and challenging rotational assignments
  • Independent and team projects
  • Mentoring, personal and group development opportunities
  • Competitive salary
  • Housing

At least two rotations will be in Hickory, North Carolina (commutable from Charlotte). The remaining rotations could be in Keller, Texas (commutable from Dallas), Corning, New York or other sites across the U.S. Participants will actively take part in mentoring relationships, experiential learning and development opportunities.