Exploring the world of science, technology, engineering & math because STEM is cool!

GE Girls working together on Laptop
a message from GE girls leadership

Getting more women into STEM isn’t just important for those passionate about science, math, engineering, coding and technology – it’s of equal importance for the people who benefit and are served by these innovations.

Ten years ago, we set out on a mission and created GE Girls to capture the hearts and minds of talented young women early in their life journeys to improve society, advance science and help create the future we want to see.”

Agnes Berzsenyi
President and CEO Women’s Health & X-ray at GE Healthcare and Executive Sponsor for GE Girls

About GE Girls

GE Girls is a program sponsored by GE designed to encourage girls to explore the world of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM), and STEM-based careers. The traditional GE Girls program is co-hosted by a GE business and a local university and includes a week-long, hands-on, STEM-based learning experience designed around a dynamic curriculum including physics, additive, technology, construction, math, computer science, electronics and chemistry, in addition to learnings specific to the respective local GE business. After the program, GE Girls aims to continue the STEM conversation with participants and their parents as they continue to progress through school with online, in-person and scholarship STEM-based activities.

Ten Years of GE Girls

For innovation to continue to succeed, we must promote diversity. GE Girls is also proud to be part of GE’s Next Engineers program - GE’s global college-readiness initiative, supported by the GE Foundation, focused on increasing the diversity and developing the next generation of young people in engineering.

“Through the foundation’s own research - immersive experiences, like camps, are important in continuing to nurture an interest in engineering. See more on LinkedIn

I’m excited about the opportunity to join forces with the GE Foundation and the Next Engineers program next summer in our ongoing efforts to build a stronger and more diverse pipeline for the future.”

Agnes Berzsenyi
President and CEO Women’s Health & X-ray at GE Healthcare and Executive Sponsor for GE Girls

GE Girls 10 Year Anniversary