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Midlands Technical College opens Center for Business and Information Technologies
Midlands Technical College cut the ribbon and formally opened the new Center for Business and Information Technologies on March 15, 2023. The facility on the Beltline Campus will support workforce development for Lexington, Richland, and Fairfield counties.
The four-story, 58,245-square-foot building features state-of-the-art equipment and high-tech labs. It is the home to some of the college’s most in-demand programs and represents a $30M capital investment. Courses taught in the new building include management, accounting, business administration, and computer science. Businesses, organizations, and government agencies rely on these MTC programs and other corporate and continuing education offerings for developing their employees and workforces.
“For our employer partners, some of their most pressing needs are in the areas of business and IT, and the jobs they have available allow our graduates to quickly earn family-sustaining wages,” said Dr. Ronald L. Rhames, President at Midlands Technical College. “Our excellent faculty and staff work with local employers daily to ensure our programs remain relevant for them and our students. This is how we continue to support economic growth and a prosperous community in the Midlands.”
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Cooperative Electric Energy Utility Supply, Inc. (CEEUS) expanding Lexington County, SC operations
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