You have a variety of programs from
which to choose within SCC's School of Business - from accounting to
management to logistics to culinary arts - and programs designed for you to transfer to another
college or university for a bachelor's degree! SCC School of Business is headquartered at the SCC Downtown Campus in the Evans Academic Center, with the majority of classes available at this location.
Focused on management of warehousing and transportation, the Logistics program is housed at the SCC Tyger River Campus. To take full advantage of the state-of-the-art commercial kitchen, Culinary programs are taught at the at the central campus.
- Designed to provide students with their freshman and sophomore years
of a typical bachelor's degree through an Associate in Arts or Associate
in Sciences degree earned at SCC. Upon completion, students can
transfer eligible credits to another college or university. Several
specialized transfer tracks are available.
Professional Speaker Series: Kim NelsonWednesday, January 30 | Noon - 1:00pmSCC Downtown Campus, EAC AuditoriumTickets $10 (includes box lunch) | Free to SCC students, faculty and staff
Purchase Tickets (general public/community)
Register to Attend (for students/faculty/staff)
NOTE: Purchase tickets or register by January 28, 5:00pm
Spartanburg Community College will host the First Citizens
Professional Speakers Series at the Downtown Campus on Wednesday, January 30th
featuring culinary arts entrepreneur, Kim Nelson. Designed to introduce
students and community residents to local business professionals, Nelson will
share her experiences in culinary arts and in starting her business, Daisy
“We are excited to welcome Kim Nelson as the third speaker
in our series” explains Witney Fisher, executive director of the SCC Downtown Campus.
“Since the School of Business relocated to the Downtown Campus in January 2017,
we have continuously sought opportunities to strengthen business relationships
and broaden professional experiences for our students through interactions with
successful local professionals. SCC offers a program in culinary arts which
falls under the School of Business umbrella. Given Kim’s culinary and
entrepreneurial success, she is an ideal speaker to both our business and
learned to bake at the apron strings of her grandmothers and great aunt Daisy.
She figured out early on that her superpowers were unleashed in the kitchen and
that her greatest happiness came from sharing her dessert creations with family
more than 30 years in the food business, Kim, along with her Southern accent,
has become a nationally recognized baker and speaker. Her first big television
appearance came when she walked into ABC’s Shark Tank and shared her Daisy
Cakes with the sharks. Getting a deal with Barbara Corcoran has allowed her
Daisy Cakes business to skyrocket. Kim continues to bake and ship her
hand-sifted, made-from-scratch cakes to all 50 states.
loves to meet fans and share a little cake love. She has been featured on Good
Morning America, ABC News, 20/20, The Chew, QVC, Hallmark Channel’s Home and
Family, CNBC, and the Today Show. Her newest cookbook, Daisy Cakes Bakes is
available everywhere.Community residents are invited to attend the First Citizens Professional Speaker Series on Wednesday, January 30th from 12:00 – 1:00 pm in the Evans Academic Center auditorium at the SCC Downtown Campus. Parking is available in the adjacent Kennedy Street garage. All attendees should register online at the link above to purchase a $10 ticket or register as a student/faculty or staff member, which includes a boxed lunch.
For more information about the event, contact Witney Fisher at (864) 592-4051 or email@example.com.
View past speakers from the First Citizens Professional Speaker Series
Phone: (864) 592-4088