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Industry Week: GE Summer Campers Learn STEM Technologies

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July 27, 2018
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Learning how to fly drones, conduct chemical experiences and create computer codes are normal fare for GE summer campers. 

GE created a program in 2011, called GE Girls, at MIT. Today the company partners with over 20 universities across the country in introducing middle school girls to the world of science, technology, engineering and math. To date, the program has served over 2,600 students.

In addition to spending $250 million promoting STEM since 2005, GE has a  Women’s Network, which includes women leaders from each of its businesses globally,  driving several initiatives, including partnering with the Society of Women Engineers to support engineering scholarships and working to increase the representation of women in technical entry-level leadership programs and in STEM roles across the company.

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