High school students visit a Micron site for a day. Based on career interests, they’re matched with professionals who show students where they work, share job details and let students glimpse a “day in the life” at Micron. Lunch is provided, and experts answer students’ questions.
Students must register for the job shadow program, which is offered at Micron’s Boise campus and expanding to other sites soon.
If your students are interested in innovation and theories of how things can be done, consider this job shadow.
Electrical, mechanical, chemical, industrial, computer or software engineering; materials, data or computer science; chemistry; physics
This pathway typically requires bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral degrees.
If your students like creating processes and understanding how things work, consider this job shadow.
Manufacturing, equipment, process, lab, facilities
This pathway can include apprenticeships, associate or bachelor’s degrees, and advancement from technician to engineer.
If your students like moving around, working with their hands and a variety of daily tasks, consider this job shadow.
Electrical, HVAC, piping systems, machine tooling, mechatronics, welding
This pathway can include apprenticeships, associate degrees, skilled trade certifications or relevant experience.
The Micron Foundation offers the job shadow program at no cost to all registered students and education chaperones.
The job shadow is for high school students who have registered for the program. If you have specific questions on student eligibility, contact email@example.com.
Students should bring their curiosity. Lunch is provided, and we work to accommodate food sensitivities and allergies. Students are welcome to bring backpacks, small bags and personal items upon request, but these need to be coordinated with the Micron program manager.
We recommend students wear clothing appropriate to school or the workplace. We also encourage comfortable close-toed shoes for walking.
The job shadow is typically a single day and ends within the school day.
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