How Can SC Works Help Me? SC Works is here to prepare you to access high demand occupations in the local area and in the state of South Carolina. You will want to learn from:
The Orientation Video. This video will introduce you to the SC Works system.
Connect to Jobs. This link will take you straight to SC Works Online Services (SCWOS) resource.
Job Seeker Programs. Here you will learn about the programs available to support you as you position yourself for success in South Carolina's economy. Take your next step to employment success by reaching out to the workforce partners that sponsor these programs.
Training Providers - Here is a list of training providers that have applied and been approved by the Local Workforce Development Board staff to receive Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) funding and thereby, train WIOA-eligible participants. Institutions that would like to apply to be approved as an eligible provider should contact April Gaskins at (843) 702-3147 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
SC Works Online Services SC Works Online Services (SCWOS) links all of South Carolina's state and local workforce services and resources, and, consequently is the state's largest workforce development database. If you are looking for a job, you'll find a wealth of information, starting with thousands of positions listed by employers all over the state to help in your job search.
Some benefits of using SCWOS include:
A direct connection between employers and jobs. In particular, jobs with a yellow star indicate companies which have requested that DEW assist them with the hiring process.
Labor Market Information to help look at employment trends and local workforce information.
Training opportunities and details.
A one-stop employment website that pulls opportunities from other job-listing websites such as Monster, Career Builder and local media.
The ability for jobseekers to create up to ten resumes, highlighting various strengths and skills.
Direct line to Workforce Consultants for assistance.
In order to use SCWOS you will need to create an account that is at no cost to you. To register or log in to SCWOS, click here. If you need assistance using this robust system, please visit your local SC Works Center.
If you are an Unemployment Insurance claimant, please note that SCWOS is the site where you will need to login to conduct your two weekly job searches to avoid interruption in your benefits. To learn more about the work search process, click here.
Labor Market Information If you are searching for work and have thought about switching career paths or finding something similar in a different industry, Labor Market Information (LMI) data can help you make informed career and education decisions. Click on Labor Market Information to learn more.
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