Located between the state’s capital city of Columbia and one of the fastest-growing cities in the Southeast, Charlotte, NC, Kershaw County is where companies come to grow and individuals come to learn. Invista, Target Distribution Center, and GE Appliances are all growing in and providing top-notch jobs to residents Kershaw County. Central Carolina Technical College cultivates a positive learning experience where nobody is left behind. Each year with an annual graduation rate over 90%, Kershaw County is home to a strong pipeline for talent. Get started on a career path that can benefit from Kershaw’s exceptional business climate, and start living in a region that beams with affordability and opportunity.
Kershaw County has an abundance of activities for all ages, starting with its horse races – a local favorite. If you want even more insight into this local activity, check out the National Steeplechase Museum. Get in touch with your artistic side by visiting the Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County. Other excursions include lakes, zoos, golf courses, national parks, hiking, and biking trails. Plus, you’re only a two hour drive to the beach or mountains if you can’t quite decide which route to take.
The Kershaw County School District is the county’s K-12 school district. With an annual graduation rate over 90%, graduates either attend college or other forms of higher education, join the military, or enter the workforce. For those looking to continue their education, the Central Carolina Technical College – Kershaw County Campus is a comprehensive, public, two-year institution of higher education that is dedicated to fostering a positive environment of teaching and learning for faculty, staff, and students.
NEWBERRY — Newberry College’s business administration program will introduce five innovative concentrations this fall. Students in one of the institution’s largest areas of study will now be able to specialize their education to meet some of the 21st century’s greatest demands. The concentrations, all available within the business administration major, include business management and leadership, finance and […]
COLUMBIA, S.C. — Undergraduate students at Columbia’s Benedict College now have another way to explore possible careers in the health care field since the college recently agreed to participate in the US Department of Veterans Affairs’ Veteran Health Administration Health Care Talent Academy (HCTA). The program introduces students to careers in the Veteran’s Healthcare System with courses meant to […]