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GE Girls at MSOE program inspires middle school girls to consider STEM careers

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MILWAUKEE -- It's girl power in action all week at the Milwaukee School of Engineering. Brian Kramp spent the morning learning about the GE Girls.

GE Girls at MSOE (website)

Thirty middle school girls will be discovering just how fun and interesting it can be to utilize science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) through hands-on projects and mentoring with women currently in STEM careers.

The GE Girls at MSOE program inspires middle school girls to consider STEM careers through engaging and challenging hands-on experiences using STEM skills in collaboration with women role models currently working in related industries.

The program is a week-long experience (June 22-26, 2015) that features dynamic curriculum around physics, math, chemistry, and electronics, in addition to projects developed specifically around the expertise at GE Healthcare, GE Power & Water and MSOE.

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