GE recently made a five-year, £2.5m investment in the UK as part of its global Next Engineers programme, to increase the diversity of young people entering engineering.
The UK programme is based in Staffordshire, where GE operates three sites that design, develop, and service products used throughout the power and renewable energy industries.
Next Engineers aims to inspire more than 3,500 local students aged 13-18, providing first-hand experiences of engineering, and awarding financial support to pursue further education in engineering.
Applications are now open for the Engineering Academy. Apply and learn more on the Next Engineers website
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