Ashland University has joined 10 other schools in a partnership to help train workers for the technology-related jobs expected to be needed once Intel finishes building its $20 billion computer chip plant in Licking County. The higher education partnership will essentially develop semiconductor careers by providing a variety of training programs. As part of the partnership, Ashland will work on developing two projects – smart manufacturing semiconductor bootcamps and an online teaching certification program.
Ashland University joins 10 other schools in partnership with Intel
Oct 7, 2022