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College to build Luther Forest center

Students to train for chip companies

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Hudson Valley Community College plans to break ground this spring on a new building in Luther Forest where students will train to make computer chips for companies like Advanced Micro Devices, or pick up alternative energy technology skills. The Training and Education Center for Semiconductor Manufacturing and Alternative and Renewable Technologies building, abbreviated to TEC-SMART, will be at the state’s Saratoga Technology and Energy Park. The energy park is next door to the Luther Forest ...


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