The Advanced Technology Education Consortium (ATEC) has developed an intensive one-year academic program being offered to qualified degree and diploma holders in science and engineering for design jobs in microelectronics.
The academic partners of ATEC are Queen’s University, the Royal Military College of Canada, the Canadian Forces School of Communications and Electronics and St. Lawrence College. The program was developed by academic staff from our partners, the Canadian Microelectronics Corporation and industry members.
The program’s main elements are a 12-month intensive academic training, followed by an 8-month paid internship at a company engaged in microelectronic design. ATEC does not admit students into the program unless they are academically acceptable and have secured an internship from industry. ATEC is currently interviewing students for our May 2001 program.
Should your company like more information on our program please contact me by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our web site at www.atec-canada.com.
Advanced Technology Education Consortium (ATEC)
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