SC Works provides workshops and classes for all your job-seeking needs

Did you know that SC Works centers in each of the 12 Workforce Investment Areas offer a variety of classes and workshops for jobseekers? Workshops are free and open to the public. Check out the list below to see what is offered in your area.

SC Works Worklink
Workshop page: http://www.worklinkweb.com/job-seekers/workshops.php
The Anderson, Seneca and Liberty SC Works centers offer several workshops to aid jobseekers in their job search at three Tri-County Technical College locations as well as the SC Works centers.

SC Works Upper Savannah
Workshop page: http://www.upperscworks.com/workshops.html
Jobseekers in Abbeville, Edgefield, Greenwood, Laurens, McCormick, Newberry, and Saluda counties can improve job search skills by attending workshops, networking groups and an informational course about the services available through the Workforce Investment Act.

SC Works Upstate
Workshop page:
http://www.onestopcareer.com/calendar.asp
The Upstate Workforce Investment Area provides job seekers of Cherokee, Spartanburg and Union counties a wide array of career planning, education and employment services.

SC Works Greenville
Workshop page: http://www.greenvillewib.com/calendar.asp
SC Works Greenville offers a variety of workshops for jobseekers. Sessions are free and range from resume writing to personal branding.

SC Works Midlands
Workshop page: http://www.midlandsonestop.org/workshops
Jobseekers in Winnsboro, Lexington and Columbia can take advantage of numerous workshops offered including an upcoming series on computer literacy and Microsoft Office software.

SC Works Trident
Workshop page: http://www.tridentscworks.org/Services.htm
Charleston, Berkley and Dorchester jobseekers can learn about barriers to employment, resume writing, networking and even how to use SC Works Online Services as an asset to their job search.

SC Works PeeDee
Workshop page:
http://www.peedeewib.org/sub_default.asp?id=c61004204828cztfztchxxrlxkqwnv
Chesterfield, Darlington, Dillon, Florence, Marion and Marlboro county jobseekers can take advantage of free assistance with resume development, computer software tutorials and employability workshops.

SC Works Lower Savannah
Workshop page:
http://www.lswia.org/common/content.asp?PAGE=352
Residents of Aiken, Allendale, Bamberg, Barnwell, Calhoun, and Orangeburg counties can attend interview workshops and receive resume writing assistance. Contact your local center for dates and times. Find contact information here.

SC Works Catawba
Workshop page: http://www.catawbaonestop.com/workshops.asp
Several workshops are offered to individuals who are actively seeking re-employment in Lancaster, Chester and Rock Hill. These workshops are designed to prepare jobseekers for all aspects of the employment process. Depending on the demand, workshops are conducted weekly.

SC Works Santee-Lynches
Workshop page: http://www.slworkforcedev.org/scworks_jobseekers.php
Clarendon, Kershaw, Lee and Sumter residents can take advantage of  workshops on a wide range of topics from conducting a job search to filling out an application and interviewing and resume writing to job readiness.

SC Works Waccamaw
Workshop page: http://www.wrcog.org/workforce-investment/workforce-investment-board/
Georgetown, Horry and Williamsburg county residents should contact their respective centers for a full list of workshops and times. View contact information here.

SC Works Lowcountry
Workshop page: http://www.lowcountryscworks.org/JobSeekers
Jobseekers in Beaufort, Colleton, Hampton and Jasper counties can improve job search skills by attending free workshops, networking groups and an informational course about the services available through the Workforce Investment Act.