Press Release
Posted September 13, 2018

Lorain County Community College will hold an information session on its MEMS and microelectronics program at 1 p.m. on Friday, October 19 and Wednesday, November 14 in the lobby of Richard Desich Business and Entrepreneurship Center building.

Micro-Electrical Mechanical Systems (MEMS) is an emerging technology that uses micro and sub-micro scale electronic components to create mechanical devices and components such as sensors, valves, gears and mechanical actuators. These components are often embedded in printed circuit boards and semiconductor chips. As a new technology, there is unlimited growth potential and the opportunity to work on groundbreaking devices. Graduates can start with jobs averaging $65,000 a year.

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For more information, contact Professor Johnny Vanderford at (440) 366-4206 or

The Richard Desich Business and Entrepreneurship Center is located at 151 Innovation Drive, Elyria.