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Next Engineers programme launches in Johannesburg

The first cohort of over 550 diverse high school learners from Johannesburg will be the first to develop their engineering identities through ‘Next Engineers’

General Electric (GE) (www.GE.com) in partnership with FHI360, PROTEC and the Gauteng Department of Education (GDE) officially launched the Next Engineers programme in Johannesburg to increase the diversity of young people in engineering. The programme launch, which was officiated by the Gauteng MEC for education, Panyaza Lesufi, will provide more…

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GE Hosts “Girls in STEM” Event in Ivory Coast to Inspire Careers and Increase Gender Diversity in STEM

The aim of the Girls in STEM program is to help shape the perception of STEM careers and shift the gender gap in these key fields

GE (www.GE.com) and Junior Achievement Ivory Coast hosted a “Girls in STEM” event for 100 secondary  school girls to build foundational Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) knowledge; the program was organized as part of GE Gas Power’s commitment to Inclusion and Diversity, to inspire the next generation of women engineers…

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GE & PROTEC prepare for launch of GE’s Next Engineers in Johannesburg

GE has committed up to R40 billion to inspire more than 3,500 Johannesburg students aged 13-18, providing first-hand experiences in engineering and awarding financial support to pursue further education

It’s full steam ahead for the launch of GE’s  (www.GE.com) inaugural Next Engineers – a global further education readiness programme to the first cohort of 750 high school students across Johannesburg in early 2022, in a mission to inspire the next generation of engineers – the innovators, problem-solvers and leaders of…

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GE Invests $2.5 Million in the Next Generation of Johannesburg Engineers

‘Next Engineers’ programme aims to increase the diversity of young people in engineering and reach 3,500 local students

Today, General Electric (GE) (www.GE.com) announced a five-year, $2.5 million USD investment in Johannesburg to launch Next Engineers, a global initiative focused on increasing the diversity of young people in engineering. GE has selected Johannesburg as one of four inaugural locations, aiming to inspire more than 3,500 local students aged…

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WGI and GE aim to bring literacy to millions through launch of new education platform

20-year-old WGI CEO Chance Wilson and GE seek to expand literacy in many underserved communities around the world

Lyra will initially teach users how to read and write in English, and will be offered for free to people in need of literacy skills the most; The app was co-developed by WGI and GE (www.GE.com), as part of their ongoing partnership; 20-year-old WGI CEO Chance Wilson and GE seek…

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GE Healthcare and ECHOLAB Radiology Train over 200 Healthcare Professionals in Two Workshops across Lagos and Abuja

The training was designed for hospital professionals including radiologists, radiographers, specialists, and general practitioners

GE Healthcare (www.GEHealthcare.com) in collaboration with ECHOLAB Radiology and Laboratory Services has held two medical clinical workshops in a week across Abuja and Lagos, Nigeria. The events have benefitted over 200 healthcare professionals. The training forums themed ‘Elevating Radiology’ focused on topics including Computed Tomography (CT) & Magnetic Resonance imaging…

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Reinventing steam power technology for a low-carbon future (By Africa Energy Indaba)

Great strides have been made in Africa’s development in biomass

By Africa Energy Indaba As prevalent debates concerning the implementation of carbon neutral sources continue to make headlines, also increasingly rife, is the energy industry’s endeavour to explore a broader array of renewable energy sources including biomass. Great strides have been made in Africa’s development in biomass. Interestingly, Africa has the highest portion…

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Engineering the Future: GE Hosts Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) roundtable to advance mentorship and leadership for women in technology

Leadership insights on how females can position for the ‘future of work’ in STEM

Roundtable highlights the need for strategic initiatives to sustain women in STEM; Advocates for more diversity in energy and technology sectors; Leadership insights on how females can position for the ‘future of work’ in STEM Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) studies are becoming increasingly important for the continuous development…

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Young Africans benefit from $500,000 Scholarship funding under the Africa Industrial Internet Programme

GE will give 10 full scholarships for the current cohort

General Electric (NYSE: GE) (www.GE.com) and the Africa Leadership University (ALU) have announced the kick-off of the 3rd cohort of the Africa Industrial Internet Programme (AIIP) which is aimed at equipping young Africans with skills that will enable them to take part in the fourth industrial revolution. The 2020 cohort has…

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Keystone Radiology Partners with GE Healthcare to Advance Diagnostic Services at MooiMed Private Hospital

Keystone Medical has a focus on dedicated specialist diagnostic services delivering expert, efficient and reproducible quality to clinicians

GE Healthcare (GEHealthcare.com) has partnered with Keystone Radiology at MooiMed Private Hospital, to provide advanced diagnostic solutions for its Medical and Surgical patients, as well as the Sports and Orthopaedic Institute. The advanced technology which includes GE Healthcare’s Revolution ACT Computed-Tomography (CT) Scanner, SIGNA™ Explorer Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) System…