The latest news and information from Greenville Workforce Development Board.
Are you looking for employment with competitive wages? On-the-Job Training (OJT) may be right for you! Pre-qualify for multiple openings where you learn and earn at the same time! We’re working with in-demand industry employers who want to help you learn a new skill while you’re working. All positions pay at least $12.00 per hour.…
The Greenville WIOA Youth Program, funded under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, is helping youth break down barriers to employment. Through our Youth program, you can get help with: High School Diploma or GEDPostsecondary EducationApprenticeshipsInternshipsJob TrainingCareer CounselingWork ExperienceFinancial Literacy For more information, contact the WIOA Youth Program at (864) 506-2080.
Please be advised that the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) has a priority of services. This means that WIOA training will be prioritized for adult customers who are veterans, who fall under income guidelines, and/or who need upgrading in basic skills required to successfully find and keep a job.
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With SC Works Greenville, you can use our On-the-Job Training (OJT) to achieve your business goals. Why OJT? We’ll help you find eligible candidates for your open positions. What is OJT? Hands on training that you design. A payment to offset training costs. An opportunity to train employees your way. An investment in your company.…
Successful regional virtual Job fair hosted by SC Works Greater Upstate – SC Works Greater Upstate hosted a virtual job fair for employers of Cherokee, Greenville, Spartanburg and Union counties and promoted across the greater Upstate of South Carolina. The virtual job fair took place on Thursday May 7, 2020 from 2PM-5PM. The virtual platform…
The Greenville County Workforce Development Board (WDB) is appointed by the chief elected official in accordance with state criteria and is certified by the governor every two years. A majority of board members must represent diverse businesses in the Greenville area and hold positions as owners, chief executive officers, chief operating officers or have optimum policymaking or hiring authority.