Next Engineers is driving change. We work to inspire the next generation of engineers to build a more creative, innovative, sustainable world.
We believe in data-driven, evidence-based programming. This page highlights key statistics in our program countries and from our program monitoring & evaluation data focused on the change we're creating. As we learn more about the impact of Next Engineers, you'll be able to find that information here.
of engineers in South Africa are women, but
of the students in Next Engineers Johannesburg are girls
of the current engineering workforce represent members of the Black and Hispanic communities, but
of Next Engineers Academy students in Cincinnati identify as Black or multiracial
Percentage of women who comprise of engineering & technology graduates at the bachelor's degree level in the United Kingdom, but
of Next Engineers Academy students in Staffordshire identify as girls
Almost 8,000 students are enrolled in the Engineering and the Built Environment faculty at Witwatersrand University in Johannesburg
These students work to meet South Africa's goals for development, sustainability, and progress
Aerospace engineering is one of the fastest-growing engineering fields in England, expanding 39% in just 5 years.
It's hard to believe that Next Engineers completed its 2nd year already! The year was filled with hands-on Discovery activities, immersive Camp sessions, and creative Academy design challenges. Let's take a look at Year 2 in Review!
GE Volunteers are essential to everything we do in Next Engineers. We are proud to share that from our launch in October 2021 through our first anniversary in October 2022, GE Volunteers contributed over 5,500 hours to Next Engineers.
As we celebrate our first anniversary, we're taking a look back at what the Engineering Academy accomplished in Year 1.
Over the course of 3 months, 2,128 students participated in 22 Engineering Discovery activities at 12 schools.