A ready and able workforce
An available, qualified and trainable workforce is a key factor to recruiting new industry and sustaining existing industry. The competitiveness of today’s labor market is fierce. Today’s industry is comprised of high-tech manufacturing businesses, health care providers and service organizations that require their workers to have technical skills. Many jobs today incorporate technology that was not available even five or ten years ago.
85% of job seekers today must have an education
beyond high school in order to succeed.
We know that technology will continue to become more complex and specialized. This realization has encouraged several local, regional, and state organizations and entities to step up and forge partnerships in an effort to create a diverse and up-to-date talent pool.
Our Workforce Development Partners include:
Union County Workforce
Spartanburg Community Colleges Union County Campus is conveniently located off of Highway 176 in Union. This campus incorporates traditional classroom learning with hands on technical training leading to many of SCC’s certificate, diploma and degree programs. The SCC Union County Campus plays an important role by serving as a catalyst for economic development though innovation, collaboration and excellence in educational programs, services, and course offerings.