Syracuse— Micron Technology hosted an Educator Forum on Wednesday, October 10 at the Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology (MOST) for educators to meet and greet Micron leaders, ask questions and learn more about partnership opportunities. 26, including Micron’s plan to continue supporting local K-12 education programs, community colleges and institutions to develop top engineering and technical talent in Central New York.
Thursday, October. On the 27th, Micron announced a $500,000 MOST sponsorship.
The Micron Foundation will support a long-term MOST exhibit that provides students and their families with hands-on experience to learn about semiconductors and their common applications. In addition, Micron will provide students with free winter and spring break MOST science camps and host STEM education series and design challenges to promote continuous learning.
“We are very excited about the tremendous and generous support Micron has provided,” said Lauren Kochian, president of MOST.
“Partnering with a company like Micron will improve access and coverage of our incredible STEM education program for students; a new exhibit will serve as an educational tool in semiconductors, chip manufacturing and memory for all ages visitors,” said the MOST chairman.
“Micron’s investment in MOST and their belief in our mission of practicing STEM education demonstrates that they will provide tremendous opportunities for students in our community,” Kochian said of the giving’s future impact.