The Washington-Williams Institute is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We aim to provide valuable job training and support to better prepare young adults for employment in the 21st Century. We strive to promote self-sufficiency, well-being and economic empowerment.
Create pathways for young adults to achieve economic independence as they successfully transition to adulthood.
There is a skills gap among young workers.
Most young people have limited soft skills and work experience to enter the workforce.
A living wage is considered at least $12 per hour plus benefits.
South Carolina minimum wage - $7.25 is the same for all individuals, regardless of how many dependents they may have.
Held at Midlands Technical College, Airport Campus. Call for details