What is SC Works Greater Upstate?

SC Works Greater Upstate provides job seekers and employers of Cherokee,Greenville, Spartanburg and Union Counties a central location to receive a wide array of employment services. For the employer, these include job listings, screening potential applicants, WorkKeys/WIN assessments, On the job training, and Local Labor Market Data. Contact your nearest office for more details. For the job seeker this includes: applying for unemployment insurance,resume assistance, job search workshops, career planning, education. Contact your nearest office for more details. Our Centers operate under the direction of the Upstate Workforce Board and the Greenville County Workforce Development Board. Walk-Ins are welcome. By working with the SC Works Greater Upstate Partners, we are able to provide eligible residents and employers with valuable resources and services to fulfill their individual needs. The mission of our Centers is to provide a level of service to facilitate your attainment of meaningful employment consistent with your interests and abilities. This is accomplished through helping make the connection between employers and job seekers.

You can change the culture of disability employment in South Carolina 

People with disabilities want to work, can work, and should be afforded every opportunity to work. Hire Me SC aims to shift the landscape in South Carolina to one in which employment for every individual, disability or not, is the norm rather than the exception.  

Whether you’re looking for a job training program, resources to help you empower or hire an individual with a disability, or a platform from which to advocate for policy change, Hire Me SC can help.

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Free Coding Training in South Carolina

SC Codes is available to any resident with access to the internet; no downloads or special equipment are required. Interested participants can enroll in beginner to advanced curriculum, specifically designed with the demands of the state’s industries in mind. Additionally, cohort-style and classroom-led sessions are available through 16 local community partners. Those interested in becoming a student, a mentor or a community partner can find more information at www.sccodes.org.