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GRIT (Growning Resources for Information Technology) Training Information

Local employers in the insurance and health care IT departments will hire nearly 2,200 new and replacement IT workers over the next four years. Midlands Technical College will train select students exclusively for the three highest-demand occupations among the insurance and health care industries: programmer analysts, computer network support specialists, and network and data communications analysts.

Click here to learn more about the program qualifications.

ASSIST to WORK Program Information

Accessible Support Services and Instruction for Sustainable Transition program is a comprehensive and customizable education and support services program that will prepare participants for the highly competitive and advanced global workforce. The objective of the ASSIST program is to deliver quality technological education and career training to South Carolina workers. The program ensures that Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) candidates, dislocated, displaced, unemployed and incumbent workers and veterans are at ease in learning and working around technology enriched environments.

For more information about this state-wide program and participating technical colleges, please contact the SC Commission for Minority Affairs, a partnering agency, at (803) 832-8167.

Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010
Health Care Legislation Implementation:
For more information, please visit the SC Public Health Institute's webpage or visit South Carolina Healthcare Voices' webpage.

2012 Elections
For more information, please visit the SC State Election Commission's  webpage.

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