GM to Help Boost Women’s STEM Education
“General Motors CEO Mary Barra has long been an advocate for girls enrolled in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education. Now GM is cutting checks to help more females enter these professions.
Last week, the automaker announced that it will contribute at least $850,000 to four non-profits that work with young women and minorities to boost their STEM skills. Barra noted during a recent conference in New York City that in the U.S., only 18 percent of computer science majors and 10 percent of information security professionals are women.”
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