SC Works Job Fair

SC Works is hosting their 2nd Annual Fall Back to Work Job Fair on October 1 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at McAlister Square, located at 225 S. Pleasantburg Drive in Greenville. It's free to be a vendor, and free to attend as a job seeker. Last year, this event saw more than 600 attendees, and this year the focus is on employers with jobs to fill today. For more information, call 864-467-8080.




Library Events

Who Knew?!


If you haven't visited the library lately, you'll be surprised at the variety of free classes and resources they offer (all events below are at the Hughes Main Library downtown):

  • 9/24 - Code Club - 6:30 to 8 p.m. - This free training can lead to a career in coding.
  • 9/26 - Textile Heritage Festival - 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. - learn about the mills and mill villages that shaped Greenville - photos, music, and more. 
  • The library hosts local historic photos on its site, so check out what they have for your neighborhood. And if you happen to have old photos, they'll scan and post them for you, too!
  • From gardening and hair care, from genealogy and resume writing, the library has a class for that!
Photo of shark by Benson Kua, creative commons license, https://www.flickr.com/photos/bensonkua/15305706899

Nasha Lending will host an entrepreneurial Shark Tank on October 16.

Shark Tank

October 16


Do you have an existing small business that you are ready to grow to the next level? If so, this Shark Tank may be just the competition for you! Whether you have a small home-based business or an established storefront, as long as you are over 18, live in Greenville County, and submit your application by September 30, you can compete for a $1,000 business grant and coaching to help grow your business. Check out Nasha Lending's website for more details:  http://www.nashalending.org/community-shark-tank 



Calling all bakers, chefs, and food entrepreneurs

September 14 at 2 p.m. 


Join Nasha Lending to hear tips from a panel of successful food entrepreneurs about starting and growing a successful food business. The event is part of Greenville's Startup Week, and will be held at the Crop Stop at Long Branch Baptist Church, 2 Bolt Street in Greenville.


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