Winds of Change magazine introduced their first annual list of the “Top 50 Best STEM Workplaces” for Native Americans and Alaska Natives. The list celebrates companies that support diversity in the workplace and especially for Native American STEM professionals. Companies included in the Winds of Change list of the “Top 50 Best STEM Workplaces” meet certain criteria established solely by the Winds of Change editorial staff. Selected companies completed surveys designed to demonstrate their overall diversity recruitment efforts and/or were included within the past year in at least one published list from two different sources that recognize top firms dedicated to diversity recruiting. In addition, selected companies must also be actively recruiting for occupations within STEM fields and have specifically recruited Native American and Alaska Natives within the past two years. GE came in 18th.
Sanjay Correa (Vice President, CMC Programs – GE Aviation) has more than 30 years of experience in the turbine engine industry. He is also an Operating Leader of GE’s Asian Pacific American Forum (APAF), a 6,000 strong US-based organization which is celebrating its 15th Anniversary this year. Today he talks about his career, APAF and how APAs can contribute to business success—particularly in Asia.
It is with great pleasure that GE and Picture That present “Vivid Reflections: Nostalgic Renderings” in honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. The pieces featured in this exhibition creatively interweave the beautifully graphic heritage of both Eastern and Western art. All of the artists in the show took the traditional training of their home country and applied it to new contexts, ideas, and mediums. Using sumi-e watercolor, imperial court silhouettes, and spiritual calligraphy in their mixed media works, all of the artists manage to create richly nostalgic testaments to their past in China, Hong Kong, and India. “Vivid Reflections: Nostalgic Renderings” will be on display through June 21, 2013. The Asian Pacific American Heritage Exhibition is jointly produced by the GE Art Program and Picture That, LLC.
The readers of Woman Engineer magazine selected the top companies in the country for which they would most like to work or whom they believe would provide a positive working environment for women engineers. This list is the result of an annual reader survey mailed to randomly selected readers of Woman Engineer magazine. GE ranked 3rd.
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