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General Electric
20,000 women in technical roles by 2020. We're not just imagining a world where brilliant women are the starsโ€“we're helping create it.
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Andy Fletcher Feb 8
Brilliant women innovate our world. Thank you GE for your pledge to see 20,000 women in technical roles by 2020.
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General Electric Feb 8
Thank you for joining in our vision, Andy. We are excited to create a world where great women scientists are celebrated.
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CincyMuseum Feb 9
Our program provides authentic STEM experiences & interacts w/STEM community mentors: !
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Liverpool Girl Geeks Feb 10
this is brilliant! We exist to tackle the same issue, so we'll be watching your progress closely ๐Ÿค“
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๐Ÿ’–Ace๐Ÿ’– Feb 10
I can't believe ppl are against this. If men didnt harass women out of STEM jobs, especially when theyre better qualified-
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๐Ÿ’–Ace๐Ÿ’– Feb 10
we wouldnt have this issue. It's not "anti-men", it's equal rights.
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Aklam Feb 10
Question: Will they be Americans or cheap foreign imports?
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Hassiba B Feb 10
more info on what you're doing please?
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Hypothecles Feb 10
Will you be firing 20,000 men to make room ?
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Russ Lam Feb 11
is it equal rights when candidates are chosen based on sex? I think that is the definition of sexism.
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Kevin byDesign Feb 11
is paying 0% net taxes. if "*corporations are people๐Ÿ˜ฆ" maybe pay a fair amount tax like most middle class *people.
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jess Feb 11
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Chris Cornwell Feb 13
Do the best and brightest like to be pandered and condescended too? Seems weird.
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Aklam Feb 13
Why aren't the women in your ad wearing burkas and where are there male escorts?
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๐Ÿ’–Ace๐Ÿ’– Feb 13
They are giving women a chance to excel in a place w/o harassment which isnt sexism.
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๐Ÿ’–Ace๐Ÿ’– Feb 13
Plus, women are a big part of science. Women sent us to the moon, studied radiation, and made science fiction
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๐Ÿ’–Ace๐Ÿ’– Feb 13
It's not pushing men out of the spotlight. It's giving women the recognition they were deprived of for years
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Russ Lam Feb 13
its setting a quota for recognition which is not merit based, r u so antiwoman as to believe women need a quota?
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Russ Lam Feb 13
no doubt many have been underrecognized in past for various reasons, but unearned recognition is not the solution
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