Activities for the 2021-2022 Academic Year will be mostly virtual. The currently scheduled activities are shown here. For additional information about any of these activities please contact Micron K-12 Programs.
Semiconductor Industry Career Awareness Presentations
Our Team Members can provide live (or recorded) virtual classroom presentations describing their education and career pathways and the work they do as high-tech professionals in the Semiconductor industry. Career presenters include engineers, chemists, physicists, technical writers, technicians, and math specialists. Presentations can be career-specific or general engineering career awareness. Schools & Educators can request a Career Awareness presentation through the K-12 Activity Request Form.
Virtual Career Fair Opportunities
We are happy to be a part of your virtual career fair! Use the Activity Request form to schedule.
Hour of Code
Micron supports the Hour of Code activities during Computer Science week (1st week of December). Inquire through the Activity Request Form to learn about our scheduled opportunities or getting a volunteer for your classroom. All opportunities will be virtual.
We can connect you with Micron Team Members who enjoy STEM competition judging.
Careers in a High Tech World Job Shadow Event
In this Job Shadow event, high school students will learn about the semiconductor industry, interact with employees in certain careers and find out what it takes to pursue a career in the high-tech world of semiconductors!
To see the latest schedule of our Job Shadow events, and to register, please click here: Job Shadow Information.
For additional information contact Micron Job Shadow Inquiry.
Girls Going Tech
Girls Going Tech for the 2021-22 school year will be a monthly virtual engagement, starting in October. The sessions will focus on Artificial Intelligence and how the technology enables solutions to some of the major challenges facing society and the earth.
Throughout the school year, students can join just one session or multiple sessions. Target attendees are 8th & 9th grade students that identify as female.
To see the latest schedule of our Girls Going Tech events, and to register, please click here: GGTech Events
For additional information, contact Micron GGT Inquiry.
Women in Technical Careers Speaker Panel
Women in Technical Careers (WITC) brings casual, interactive and informative career discussions to female students, grades 9 – 12. Career presenters include women in the following careers: engineers, chemists, physicists, technical writers, IT specialists, technical marketing technicians and math specialists.
If you are interested in scheduling a WITC panel for your school or classroom, please contact Micron WITC.
Micron Team Members lead hands-on science activities related to semiconductor manufacturing in a three-day summer camp experience for students who have completed seventh or eighth grade.
Micron Chip Camp
Chip Camp is an in-person day camp held in our headquarters city of Boise, Idaho. This camp is three days of hands-on STEM activities, including a live science show and one day at our corporate headquarters.
The decision about hosting an in-person camp in 2022 has not been determined. Please check back in January 2022 for information about those camps.
Micron Tech Camp, a virtual online experience
Micron Tech Camp is our virtual camp, held for three hours each day. Registered Tech Campers will receive a kit containing all the materials needed for the hands-on activities led by Micron professionals. The camp will be provided using the Zoom platform; students will need to have access to a laptop or chrome-book device and reliable internet connection.
The registration for both camps is made available on the Chip Camp website on the 2nd Monday in April of every year. Learn more about our camps at the Chip Camp website.
For more information about our Camps, contact Micron Camp Inquiry
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