WCC News: Semiconductor

Bellanca at MEDC press conference

WCC joins MEDC, universities in announcing major expansion of semiconductor education and training programs in Metro Detroit

WCC Public Relations - October 23, 2023

Washtenaw Community College joined the Michigan Economic Development Corp. and other higher education institutions to announce the largest investment in state history to expand semiconductor education and training programs.

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tags: Semiconductor, Mobility, Economic Development

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WCC at Detroit Auto Show: Preparing students for future EV workforce

Fran LeFort - September 12, 2023

Washtenaw Community College (WCC) will attend the North American International Auto Show in Detroit this week, highlighting education programs to prepare the workforce for the advancement of battery powered electric vehicles.

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tags: North America International Auto Show, Semiconductor, EV, Workforce Development

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WCC part of state's push to achieve global semiconductor superiority

Fran LeFort - May 25, 2023

WCC President Dr. Rose B. Bellanca joined Michigan Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist II on Wednesday in announcing that the Great Lakes State is launching its largest-ever campaign to promote careers, recruit talent and attract new businesses to fill jobs in Michigan’s thriving semiconductor industry.

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tags: Workforce Development, Workforce Training, Semiconductor

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WCC launching semiconductor technician program as part of Michigan STAR initiative

Fran LeFort - May 16, 2023

Washtenaw Community College will launch a new semiconductor technician training program to advance the electrification of the automotive industry.

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tags: Automotive, Semiconductor, Workforce Development, Industry, Workforce Training, EV