We believe that building a diverse, engaged, and empowered workforce will enable us to address the changing needs of an energy technology company. Employees build functional expertise and leadership competencies through our leadership accelerator programs. Our recently launched ERG community reenergizes our diversity and inclusion focus and fosters closer connections between employees in communities around the world. We embrace and live our values of Grow, Collaborate, Lead, and Care.
Korea mentoring program
In South Korea, our Women’s Network partnered together with the Center for Women in Science, Engineering, and Technology to host a mentoring program for female engineering and science students. The program included career coaching, mock interviews, guest speaker sessions on entrepreneurship, tours of our facilities, and educational sessions.
Petroleum engineering education and career counseling
In Buenos Aires, Argentina, our employees offered petroleum engineering education and career counseling for university students.
Lone Star College and Texas Workforce Commission partnership
In the U.S., we announced a new partnership with Lone Star College and the Texas Workforce Commission to fund students in full for the first cohort to begin a successful career as a Field Service Technician in the energy industry.
Workforce development and community engagement
In Montrose, Scotland, Baker Hughes signed a memorandum of understanding with the Angus Council to promote workforce development and community engagement.