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SCC launches only injection molding training program in South Carolina
after repeatedly hearing from business leaders about the difficulty of finding people who are trained.
SCC begins South Carolina's First Injection Molding Training Program through its Corporate and Community Education division.
Spartanburg's SteelCore donates $50,000 worth of PPE to Spartanburg Community College Foundation.
CA2VES launched in 2012 to create and deliver accessible e-learning material for a nationwide audience to support aviation and automotive technological education.
The Jed Foundation (JED) recently announced the launch of its $1 million Morgan Stanley Scholarship Fund to enable higher education institutions serving students from low-income.
SC Rep. Mike Forrester honored with Order of the Palmetto. Forrester is VP of Economic Development at SCC.
Broome High student Colton Wells will be an apprentice at DRÄXLMAIER, who will pay for his education and training at SCC.
President Dr. Michael Mikota spoke about the importance of higher education and economic development during a Gaffney Rotary Club program.
Leaders credit Spartanburg's strong manufacturing companies, school districts, and the proximity to Greenville for the demand for more real estate along the highway.
Spartanburg releases beautification and cleanup grants, which includes $2000 for Spartanburg Community College's entrance.