Welcome to the SEMI Foundation

BLACK LIVES MATTER. With the nation reckoning with its past and trying to chart a more equitable future, we are working to figure out what we can do to advance the conversation. On our Resources page (https://www.semifoundation.org/resources), you will find a variety of articles, videos and book recommendations to read up on. We know many of you are confused, frustrated, and looking for guidance and we will continue to be a resource at every step.

SEMI continues to closely monitor Coronavirus (COVID-19) developments, as well as the needs of our members. To stay up to date on the latest on changes to events, best practices and additional resources, please go to https://www.semi.org/en/coronavirus-resources.

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2019 Industry D&I Study

The SEMI Foundation partnered with Deloitte Consulting to conduct an industry study to better understand Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) across semiconductor industries.


HTU exposes students to the importance of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) skills through fun…


Whether you are a recent university graduate or growing in your microelectronics career, the SEMI Mentoring Program will put you on the right track.


The SEMI Foundation works to connect global members to talent, with an emphasis on inclusion and retention, through a suite of workforce development programs and events.


We work to ensure the sustained growth of the microelectronics industry by attracting, developing, and retaining a well-trained and innovative workforce, through educational programs, diversity initiatives, and member engagement. We offer science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) professional skill development programs for middle school, high school, and university students as well as educators, veterans and other adults looking at re-skilling and upskilling opportunities.