Central SC is home to some of the biggest names in business. Careers in Columbia, SC and the surrounding Central SC Region run the gamut from tech to manufacturing to healthcare. Michelin, Target, Samsung, Husqvarna, Starbucks, and BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina have headquarters or large operations here. Our technology employers, including Cognito Forms, PwC, ZVerse, Capgemini, Duck Creek Technology, and Van Robotics, are turning the city into a tech hub, catching the attention of more Fortune 500s.
Central SC is also one of the best places for internships, and an ideal place for veterans and transitioning service members to find exciting civilian employment opportunities. Learn more by browsing our resources below.
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Announced in early 2023, Scout Motors is establishing a new production facility in Blythewood, SC, located in Richland County. This state-of-the-art facility will build all-electric, next-generation trucks and rugged SUVs and ultimately employ an estimated 4,000 skilled hands. Are you interested in a career with the future of SC?
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COLUMBIA, S.C. (Oct. 5, 2023 | South Carolina Department of Commerce) – West Fraser, one of the largest timber producers in North America, today announced it is growing its Newberry County sawmill operations with its third expansion in 10 years. The $17.7 million investment will create 30 new jobs. Founded by three brothers in 1955, West […]
ORANGEBURG COUNTY, S.C. — Three of South Carolina’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) will be involved in a nationwide project that has been awarded $10 million from the US Department of Energy. The Second life sMARt sysTems (SMART) project will work to solve the problem of the growing stockpile of electric vehicle lithium-ion batteries by […]