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Message From the Executive Director

Learn about the SEMI Workforce Development Program and how SEMI is working to help its members attract, hire and retain the most valuable asset a company has - its workers.

Why Workforce Development?

SEMI member companies rely on a highly skilled workforce. Companies must attract and retain a wide variety of individuals who can innovate, solve complex problems, and anticipate future challenges and opportunities in the rapidly changing and technologically advanced microelectronics sector. 

Research shows that the most innovative and productive companies are also the companies with the most racial and gender diversity in their workforce. Even with years of investment in diversity initiatives, women, veterans, and people of color still make up only a fraction of the tech workforce. The current global pandemic is disproportionately negatively affecting women and people of color in the workplace, undermining what small successes companies have had in diversifying their teams. The layered challenges of existing inequities paired with the pandemic threaten both the livelihoods of workers and the success of member companies. 

The SEMI Foundation’s Global Workforce Development Initiative aims to address both issues. We are working connect a diverse cohort of potential employees to available jobs today, while also addressing long-term industry talent pipeline issues with a racial, gender, and social justice lens. Our programs are designed to reach multiple audiences: K-12 youth; students advancing their education in college, university and graduate programs; and in-career individuals who need to re-skill and up-skill. We are designing programs that prioritize diversity, equity, and inclusion to increase the size of our talent pool and to attract and support veterans, women, Black, Indigenous, Latinx, and other people of color who are currently under-represented in our industry. 

Download the SEMI Workforce Development Overview.

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Attracting, developing and retaining talent are some of the great challenges facing the technology industries where the talent gap is growing. Studies have clearly shown that supporting a diverse and inclusive workforce can achieve hiring goals, increase innovation, profitability, and employee morale. There imbalances and barriers for women, black, indigenous and people of color. No single person or program can change the lack of diversity in our industry. But each passionate person can inspire others and their organizations to commit to diversity, equity and inclusion efforts.

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High Tech U

SEMI High Tech U

SEMI High Tech U是一個為期三天的課程,學生透過實作研討會在高科技領域內建立數學、科學課程之間的連結。SEMI基金會的使命是支持高科技領域的教育與職涯意識。我們的目標將積極的影響所有參與的人員包含學生與他們的父母、老師以及志願者。

讓學生體驗在科技業一日工程師生活,並從中學習工作技能及邁向成功之路。 瞭解更多

這是一個免費的職涯探索計畫,提供讓您的學生接觸到高科技產業的機會並提早做準備面對未來的教育與事業選擇。瞭解更多

您的學生將參與企業開發及企業領導計畫,此項計畫能夠啟發他們在數學、科學與解決問題能力的看法。您可透過為期兩天的教師計畫體驗High Tech U課程。讓我們一起來看該如何將職業融入此課堂中。瞭解更多

激勵下一代科學家、技術人員、工程師和數學家。本課程將藉由引導及分享您的學習途徑幫助學生將課堂與未來的職業規劃連結起來進而學習更多. 瞭解更多

SEMI High Tech U

MENTORING PROGRAM

Mentoring

SEMI職涯導師計畫介紹

SEMI大學生職涯導師計畫促進與學生與產業人物一對一的交流互動,使其建立關係與學習發展。職涯導師將拓展學生人脈連結以及產業專業知識、洞察還有新的技能。

Women-in-tech

成為職涯導師

- 影響他人的職涯發展
- 培養影導能力還有管理能力
- 培養人際社交和溝通能力
- 拓展公司的新人才

High Tech U Mentee Program

尋找職涯導師

- 拓展專業領域的人脈
- 學習應對職場挑戰
- 培養領導能力
- 探索機會並建立自己的職業道路

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Executive Testimonials

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Bobby Bell
Executive Vice President & Chief Strategy Officer, KLA
“SEMI Workforce Development is successfully partnering with our industry to attract talent and build out the talent pipeline. KLA has been impressed by the quality of students intercepted at recent SEMI events and hopes that SEMI continues to drive talent to our industry.”
For more info, visit KLA and SEMI Workforce Development.

Katy Crist

Katy Crist
Director, Marketing and Communications, Tokyo Electron Ltd.
"Over the past several years, I've had an intimate look at the SEMI Foundation’s work to tackle the most substantial challenges facing our industry – talent crisis, industry image, and D&I. As a member of the Board of Trustees, I look forward to working more closely with the Foundation to strengthen our industry across these and other critical issues."
For more info, visit TEL and the SEMI Foundation.