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In The News - SCWorks Catawba Virtual Services

Rock Hill SCWorks Center Re-Opening Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Lancaster SCWorks Center Re-Opening Monday, June 22, 2020

Chester SCWorks Open For Virtual Services

PPE (masks, gloves, etc) will be provided for staff and customers and we will continue to practice social distancing as COVID-19 continues to be monitored in the Catawba Area.

Unemployment Benefits:
If you need assistance applying for unemployment benefits, claims representatives are available through Telclaim at 1-866-831-1724 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays.
Customers can file for unemployment at: https://scuihub.dew.sc.gov/ or www.jobs.scworks.org.
UI Extended Benefits (EB) Program

UI Job Searches:
Customers currently receiving unemployment are no longer required to complete job searches this has been temporarily suspended.

For standard SC Works-related questions, please call Rock Hill 803-328-3881 for the for the Chester office 803-377-8147 for the Lancaster 803-285-6966 office between the hours of 8:30 a.m and 5 p.m. For all of your Job Searching needs, please visit www.jobs.scworks.org.

We apologize for the inconvenience, but will do our best to provide virtual/telephonic servies until we have been cleared to reopen!

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Frequently Asked Questions.

Step-by-Step Tutorial Videos for Unemployment Services.

COVID-19 Constitudent Service Resources.

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Welcome to the SC Works Catawba Workforce System. Our mission is to create, modify, and sustain a local system of cooperation and collaboration among all workforce development entities to ensure that the employment-related needs of employers, job seekers and incumbent workers are met.

The SC Works Catawba Workforce System website will help one to easily find resources needed to work and do business in the Catawba Region. The workforce system enables businesses and workers to compete in the 21st century's worldwide, knowledge-based economy. The Catawba Workforce Systems' goal is to enhance employer competitiveness and innovation, to prepare the region's workforce for careers in higher-wage jobs, and, to effectively improve the quality of life for our most valuable resource - our citizens.

The following SC Works services are available:
  • Business Service Centers for employers
  • OJT Training funds available for employers
  • On-the-Job Training for unemployed, underemployed adults and dislocated workers
  • Incumbent Worker Training Grants for employers (if grant funds are available)
  • Career guidance and job placement assistance for job seekers
  • Workshops on resume writing, interviewing techniques, and many other topics
  • Occupational skills training
  • Labor Market Information for employers, economic development, and others
  • WorkKeys Assessment preparation
  • and many other services

The WIOA Title-1 financially assisted program is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services areavailable upon request to individuals with disabilities.
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This web site, www.scworkscatawba.com, has information about the SC Works Catawba Workforce System that offers the following services to employers and job seekers - jobs, employment opportunities, job training, job placement, employment, employers, employees, incumbent workers, dislocated workers, youth services, adult services, training assistance, occupational skills, unemployed, on the job training, vocational training, career guidance. The Catawba Region areas served in South Carolina are Chester County, Lancaster County, York County, with main office in Rock Hill, SC.