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The new Semiconductor TAT is a collaborative, public/private partnership aimed at making Michigan a top state for semiconductor talent solutions and growth. The TAT will build on Michigan's push to onshore critical supply chains of semiconductors back to Michigan, creating good-paying jobs and reducing delays and shortages.
Michigan’s Semiconductor TAT has already successfully built a consortium that includes seven higher education partners, 15 semiconductor employers and two industry associations that are collaborating to grow five semiconductor roles in demand.
For prospective higher education consortium members, the TAT Semiconductors Higher Education Grant Initiative application to apply for up to $3 million in grants, is now open to:
Michigan's Semiconductor Ecosystem
Home to the largest producer of polysilicon in the U.S., a top 10 semiconductor workforce, the nation's top global institute for semiconductor training, and a strong customer base to support future growth, Michigan is a global innovation hub for the semiconductor industry.
Semiconductor business leaders say Michigan is among the first states in the nation with a consortium that has successfully identified key skills and competencies most needed by employers to drive future microchip industry development.
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