By Michelle Williams-Vaden What do George Washington, Leonardo da Vinci, and Benjamin Franklin all have in common? Besides being influencers of their times, they were supported in a specialized career pathway that led them to tremendous success: they were all apprentices. To fulfill its promise to grow to $1 trillion as soon as 2030, the semiconductor industry
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SEMI Career and Apprenticeship Network (SCAN) partner Infinera is offering a Registered Apprenticeship program in the Bay Area of California. Earn a real wage while you learn skills that will power your success in the semiconductor industry. $20 - $28/hour plus benefits No experience necessary 18-month apprenticeship Apply by August 18!
The CHIPS in Michigan Forum was held on April 25th at KLA in Ann Arbor, Michigan, bringing together representatives from industry employers, workforce and economic development, community-based organizations, and education providers from across Michigan. Convened and facilitated by the SEMI Foundation and the SCAN Michigan program team, the forum was a resounding success. Attendees
SEMI Foundation and Michigan Economic Development Corporation Announce “CHIPS in Michigan,” a Forum focused on the expansion of workforce development in microelectronics in Michigan and the impact of the CHIPS Act. Ann Arbor, Michigan – April 10, 2023 – The SEMI Foundation, Governor Gretchen Whitmer, and the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) are working
As published by Michigan Economic Development Corporation. President Biden joined Governor Whitmer, elected officials and representatives from Hemlock remotely for the signing of an executive directive guiding the implementation of the CHIPS Act, which will boost domestic chip production and bolster Michigan’s leadership in the semiconductor industry. On August 2, 2022, an executive directive guiding
As published by SEMI.The SEMI Foundation partners with Foothill College, Ignited Education, and Krause Center for Innovation to develop microelectronics career training program.SEMI, the global industry association representing the electronics manufacturing and design supply chain, today announced that, in partnership with Ignited Education, Foothill College and Krause Center for Innovation, it has won a $1 million California Apprenticeship Initiative (CAI) New