GE Africa (Lagos)
How GE’s Camp in Algeria is Breaking Ground in Gender Equality
GE in Algeria organized its second "Be Innovative Camp." Held on April 22 2017, the camp saw more than 500 students- coached by 20 GE employees volunteers- from the universities of Koléa, National School of Polytechnics, INELEC Boumerdes, and USTHB meet for a full-day workshop, looking at innovative ways to help close the gender gap. Read more. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING.
GE Africa, 24 April 2017
Earlier this year, when GE announced its goal of having 20,000 women in technical positions by 2020 – an increase of about 36 percent, from 15,000 currently – it… Read more »
GE in Algeria organized its second “Be Innovative Camp.” Held on April 22 2017, the camp saw more than 500 students- coached by 20 GE employees volunteers.
Following an investment of US$ 4 million, GE recently opened the GE Technical and Leadership Academy (GETLA) in Bab Ezzouar, a suburb of Algiers, to help Algerian technicians and ... Read more »
A GE Garage, located at the Sylabs co-working space in Algiers, has been offering Algerian students the opportunity to prototype their graduation projects using 3D printers and ... Read more »
During a two-day program at Sylabs, a talent accelerator in Algiers, Silicon Valley tech entrepreneur Noureddine Tayebi and MIT researcher Dr. Riyadh Beghdadi helped lead a program ... Read more »