Long before Intel’s Ohio announcement, Lorain County Community College started teaching computer chip manufacturing

April 14, 2022 — By the time Intel breaks ground on its massive factory in Central Ohio late this year, a Lorain County program teaching how to make semi-conductor chips will be nearly a decade old.

Lorain County Community College began offering courses in microelectronics manufacturing in 2013, and offers certifications, associate’s and bachelor’s degrees in the field. Students range from 16-year-olds taking classes during high school to 60-year-olds looking for a second career.

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