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SEMI Korea 2023: Rich Set of Workforce Programs Cultivates Talent for Domestic Chipmakers

To help players across Korea’s semiconductor ecosystem prepare talent for careers in the industry, SEMI Korea, through its Workforce Development Council, offers nearly 20 programs each year to improve the skills of not only college students but also junior engineers.

Celebrating Veterans: Tokyo Electron's Commitment to Honoring Military Service and Support

Tokyo Electron has implemented various programs and initiatives aimed at helping veterans find meaningful employment opportunities and providing them with a supportive and inclusive work environment. TEL is a founding member of the SEMI Foundation’s VetWorks working group.

Building the Pipeline – KLA’s Quest to Attract Top Talent

Ahead of his presentation at SEMICON Europa, Dan Collins, General Manager of the SPTS Division at KLA Corporation, shares insights on the innovative approaches and practices that KLA has adopted to attract, nurture, and retain a diverse talent pool, while fostering workplace inclusivity.

Inspiring Future Generations of Chip Industry Workers

The SEMI Foundation redesigned High Tech U to help meet the growing workforce demands of the microelectronics industry. The aim: Reach and inspire thousands of current K-12 students to pursue STEM educations and careers.

Registered Apprenticeships: A Proven Way to Develop Talent

Through SCAN, SEMI has launched new registered apprenticeship programs in Michigan and California, with the support and partnership of state agencies. In California, through funding from the California Apprenticeship Initiative, we are building RAPs for Applied Materials, Infinera, and Lam Research.

New Semiconductor Industry Hiring Military Events Aim to Help Fill Talent Gap – First in Phoenix on May 31

To help semiconductor companies tap this important demographic as part of its VetWorks program, the SEMI Foundation is launching a series of Semiconductor Industry Hiring Military Hiring events around the country – the first later this month in Phoenix.

Faces of the Future: Documentary on Microelectronics Careers Debuts on Public Television

The journey of the three twentysomethings was chronicled in Chip In, a new documentary from Roadtrip Nation, a nonprofit that supports road trips to capture empowering stories that help students find careers. Chip In was made possible by the SEMI Foundation.

Join SEMI Foundation’s New Flash Mentoring Program to Help Grow and Diversify Chip Industry STEM Pipeline

The SEMI Foundation’s new flash mentoring program will scale SEMI Mentoring’s reach and drive authentic, organic connections between college students and professionals at SEMI member companies.

Celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month – Diverse Voices in the Microelectronics Industry

Avellán Jaramillo identifies as Latina (she, her, ella). She interned at Applied Materials during the summer of 2022 and presented during SEMICON West 2022, is a Ph.D. candidate in Materials Science & Engineering at University of California, Berkeley. Read her journey in technology.

SEMI Korea Workforce Development Updates: High-Impact Programs Connect Chip Supply Chain with Talent

SEMI Korea’s efforts to recruit talent and increase diversity, equity, inclusion (DEI) to help meet the semiconductor industry’s current and future workforce needs are growing in importance as the industry presses ahead to recruit skilled workers.