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Are you detail-oriented? Looking for a hands-on high-tech job? Are you willing to develop a high skill level as a trained technician?
Think about a career in Semiconductor Manufacturing.
Semiconductors, or microchips, are the “brains” of computers and can be found in almost every electronic product — including cars, fax machines, pagers, cell phones, microwaves and traffic signals. The Internet, wireless communications, satellites and modern medicine all depend on the microchips that control sophisticated computer systems.
Become the kind of highly skilled technician that the industry needs. Learn how to install, repair and maintain the equipment it takes to make a modern semiconductor chip.
Jobs might include semiconductor manufacturing specialist and equipment or process technician. Local industry giant Texas Instruments Inc. has hired many of our program graduates.
View Gainful Employment information for Semiconductor Manufacturing.