Social Finance welcomes the opportunity to collaborate with stakeholders across the public, private, and social sectors to develop outcomes-based workforce development funding models that build robust, diverse talent pipelines and meet industry needs in collaboration with employers, higher education and training providers, and other key strategic partners.
Semiconductor Manufacturers and Suppliers
We can leverage CHIPS financial assistance to develop outcomes-based workforce development funding models that enable employers to stretch CHIPS funds further; develop regional, cross-sector workforce strategies; embed childcare supports; and ultimately build a robust, diverse talent pipeline that meets current and future employer needs.
Through innovative, employer-repaid workforce development funding models, training providers can partner with employers to expand access to high-quality programs; train, upskill, and recruit a diverse student population for employment in high-demand semiconductor manufacturing roles; and provide supportive services enabling students to succeed.
Connect with our team to learn how we can support your CHIPS application. Please contact Andrew Chen, Vice President, Impact Investing, Sandra Salstrom, Vice President, Government Relations, or Jake Segal, Vice President, Head of Impact Advisory & Public Sector Practice.