Spartanburg Community College has partnered with Sen. Tim Scott to host a veterans education resource fair Tuesday, Jan. 27, for military personnel and area veterans.
The event will be held on the community college’s Tyger River Campus from 9:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. on 1875 East Man Street, Hwy. 290 in Duncan. Military veterans and their families from Cherokee, Spartanburg and Union counties are encouraged to attend.
The fair will focus on educational and entrepreneurial resources available to veterans, as well as resume writing and interview skills. The goal is to help military veterans with the transition to civilian life.
“The Veterans Educational and Entrepreneurship Resources Fair brings together members of the military and human resources professionals in an effort to connect veterans with the appropriate resources to achieve their goals,” Spartanburg Community College spokeswoman Cheri Anderson-Hucks said.
Veterans will have opportunities to learn about job search resources, what employers want in today’s workforce, how to apply for college and take assessments to help with career choices.
Vendors attending the event include Clemson University’s Small Business SC Works, Spartanburg Community College Career Services, Veteran Scholarships Forever and South Carolina National Guard Employment Services Division.
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