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An Engineering Program Giving Women The Opportunity To Excel

GE's Graduate Engineering Training Programme (GETP), launched in Africa in 2014, has quickly become one of the best-in-class programme for young engineers. While the program is open to women and men alike, women in technical positions the world over are however frequently in the minority. GE Reports Africa recently caught up with two female participants in the program to chat about their experience and to hear their take on women's involvement in the engineering sector. Read more. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING

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GE’s offer of best-in-class training for young engineers, known as the Graduate Engineering Training Programme, is open to women and men alike. However, women in technical positions the world over are frequently in the minority.


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