The path to a fulfilling and successful career doesn't have to pass through a four-year institution (but it can). Many of today's jobs don't require a college degree, but they do require some advanced training and specialized skills. Its easier than you think to gain this valuable knowledge, and set yourself up for success. There are more options than ever to graduate high school prepared for a rewarding career.
Apprenticeships & Co-Op
Job shadowing allows you to "try on" a job for a day. You will be able to experience various positions by following an employee as they perform their daily duties.
Volunteering allows you to give back to a cause and community you care about, while learning skills applicable for future careers.
Greenville Technical College
Learn about the programs offered at GTC and the careers they could prepare you for,
Bonds Career Center
See programs available to students while still in high school.
Center for Manufacturing Innovation
Greenville Technical College and Clemson University have partnered to educate the advanced manufacturing workforce to serve the automotive, transportation and other high-tech sectors.
Manufacturing Day Scholarship Database
Search for scholarships for those interested in manufacturing.
Ready to enter the workforce? Search for open positions.