Albany SUNY Polytechnic Institute has been awarded a $6 million grant from the National Science Foundation to pay for a workforce certification program for the semiconductor industry. The certification program will be created in partnership with SEMI, a semiconductor industry trade group. SUNY Poly will create a curriculum that could be used by community colleges and others to provide certification programs.
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