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Micron Partners with College of Western Idaho
As the core education partner with Micron Technology, Inc. (Micron), College of Western Idaho (CWI) is excited to lead efforts in delivering top-level education and skills training to students in support of the company’s recently announced $15 billion expansion in Boise.
Along with providing a pathway to enhance industry-specific skills, CWI’s Advanced Mechatronics Engineering Technology program will work closely with Micron to train highly-qualified technicians for this leading-edge memory manufacturing fab and support the company's apprenticeship program.
"Micron's announcement is exciting news, and the College is thrilled to work side-by-side to launch this expansion and provide education and training fueling the workforce for these jobs."
CWI President Gordon Jones
Earn While You Learn
Micron apprenticeship positions are available now!
CWI's Advanced Mechatronics Engineering Technology program qualifies as a requirement for the Micron Registered Apprenticeship Program. To learn more about the apprenticeship opportunity and benefits, including having your education costs covered while gaining relevant industry experience, visit Micron's job postings.
Top-Level Skills Training
Prepare for a high-tech career with great earning potential in CWI's Advanced Mechatronics Engineering Technology program.
Get hands-on, quality training in mechanical, electrical, computer, and software skills needed to work with smart technologies such as robots, automated guided systems, and computer-integrated manufacturing equipment.