Greenville Technical College News

Jennifer Moorefield, associate vice president for Economic Development and Corporate Training at Greenville Technical College, has been named to the Greenville County Workforce Development Board’s SC Works Committee.


He is responsible for oversight of an academic school that encompasses programs in cosmetology, criminal justice, early care & education, human services, and paralegal along with the college’s Culinary Institute of the Carolinas.


Offices in the Greenville Technical College Dreisbach/Anderson Student Success Center are open during the holidays to help new and returning students complete enrollment steps for Spring Semester 2022.


Greenville Technical College will implement Anthology’s full suite of solutions supporting the end-to-end student journey and overall institutional effectiveness.


Greenville Technical College offers many different career paths in high-demand fields, and with the new S.C. Workforce Scholarships for the Future, South Carolina residents can take advantage of zero-cost tuition for Spring Semester, which begins January 10, 2022. Almost all academic programs are included at Greenville Tech. Virtual information sessions will provide full details.


Gifts by John I. Smith Charities, Fairway Automotive Group, The Smith Insurance Agency, and Jackson Marketing Motorsports Events have allowed Greenville Technical College’s Auto Body Repair Program to replace two aging and obsolete down draft paint booths with industry-current, state-of-the-art paint booths where students gain the hands-on skills to succeed in the collision industry.


Greenville Technical College’s Marketing and Communications department has been honored with four National Council for Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR) Awards. The awards were presented at the NCMPR Medallion Awards Ceremony at the District 2 Fall Conference in Savannah, Ga., Nov. 7.


An open house will be held on Tuesday, November 16 from 4 to 6 p.m. at Greenville Technical College in the Community Room of building 102 on the Barton Campus for programs covered by the recently announced Workforce Scholarships for the Future initiative.


A $17 million investment in South Carolina’s workforce will provide scholarships for students in high-demand career programs at Greenville Technical College and other technical colleges across the state. The effort is aimed at addressing the labor shortage head-on, giving South Carolinians the skills to succeed, and helping the state attract additional jobs and investment from companies worldwide.


A 2014 gift from Jim and Evelyn Benson has allowed scholarships, expansion, and improvements for Greenville Technical College’s Benson Campus, with the most recent project being an amphitheater and pavilion that were celebrated today with a ribbon cutting that included remarks by Governor Henry McMaster.