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Thirteen College of Western Idaho Advanced Mechatronics Engineering Technology students have signed on to be the next cohort in Micron Technology’s Registered Apprenticeship Program.
College of Western Idaho was recently awarded a grant from the Idaho Workforce Development Council to support the training and expansion of the semiconductor and advanced manufacturing workforce in Idaho.
Through Advanced Mechatronics Engineering Technology, Nathan Ralston has been able to discover his career interests and new possibilities.
Interested in a career in Advanced Mechatronics Engineering Technology? Plan to attend a Program Exploration Event at College of Western Idaho to learn more.
Interested in a career in Advanced Mechatronics Engineering Technology? Come out to College of Western Idaho’s upcoming Program Exploration Event Thursday, Dec. 15.
College of Western Idaho celebrated National Apprentice Week by hosting Micron Technology, Inc. to showcase possible careers, pathways, education, and preparation for future jobs to students.
College of Western Idaho is excited to be part of a new partnership to open new opportunities for engineering and computer science student in Idaho.
College of Western Idaho Drafting Technology program graduate, Chris Sinsel, is making a name for himself in the landscaping technology world.
Through College of Western Idaho, Advanced Mechatronics Engineering Technology student, Michael Hertel, has discovered new studies and industries — some of which he hopes will lead to a life-long career for himself.
In his fourth year at College of Western Idaho, Machine Tool Technology student, Wade Kindberg, continues to learn new skills and trades for a future career.
More technology and machines to learn with are coming to College of Western Idaho’s Mechatronics and Welding programs thanks to grants from Idaho Division of Career Technical Education.
Micron Technology, Inc. announced a new $15 billion manufacturing facility in Boise. It is the first new memory fab in the U.S. in 20 years and will create an estimated 17,000 new American jobs. As part of that expansion, Micron has named College of Western Idaho as a core education partner.
Advanced Mechatronics Engineering Technology student, Jacob Schott, is on his way to a full-time career with a local information systems consulting firm.
The Nagel Foundation scholarship empowers second-year career and technical education students to complete their education.
Congratulations to Bradley Dougal, a 2019-2020 Nagel Foundation scholarship recipient.
Business of Robotics Symposium delights attendees with live robotics demonstration, a tour, and industry expertise.
Watch a live robotics demonstration and learn from industry experts at the Business of Robotics Symposium.
College of Western Idaho to host its annual Program and Career Expo (PACE) on April 13.
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