Berkeley County Library System offers resources that can assist individuals with job searching and continuing education outside the classroom.

  • Over 500 classes are available online!

    Subjects Include:

    • Accounting & Bookkeeping
    • Business
    • Career Training
    • Computers & Technology
    • Office Skills
    • Test Preparations

    Quick Facts:

    • 5 courses at once
    • Course completion in 6 months
    • 24/7 access online
    • Make your own schedule
    • Real Instructors
    • Non-accredited
  • Explore Industries & Careers

    • Industry Overviews & Profession Profiles
    • Career Q&A Videos
    • Fastest Growing Jobs
    • Highest Paying Jobs
    • Most In-Demand Jobs
    • Career Assessment Exam

    Plan Your Education

    • Find a School & College Planning
    • Financial Aid Directories

    Launch Your Career

    • Job Search & Career Skills
    • Career Advice
    • Internships & Apprenticeships
  • Career Center & More:

    • Learn more about a career
    • Prepare for Entrance or Occupation Exams
    • Prepare for Military Exams
    • Prepare for WorkKeys® & TOEILC® Assessments
    • Job Search & Workplace Skills
    • ESL Resources

Community Resources

  • The Berkeley Educational Center provides educational opportunities and services to empower adults with the knowledge and skills necessary to participate effectively as citizens, workers, parents, and community members.
    The instructional curriculum is designed to ensure adults have the education and skills required to be competitive in our global economy for a better quality of life.
    The Center provides GED (High School Equivalency) classes, High School Diploma classes through the Berkeley County Virtual Learning Program, community education classes (when available), TABE, and WorkKeys® assessments to meet the growing needs of our community.
  • The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Employment and Training Program (E&T) is administered at the federal level by the United States Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service.

    The SNAP Employment and Training Program was created in 1987 to assist able-bodied recipients in obtaining employment. The purpose of the E&T Program is to help individuals gain skills, training, work, or experience that will increase self-sufficiency.

    • Assistance with Benefit Applications
    • Free Tax Preparation
    • Reverse Mortgage Assistance
    • Home Foreclosure Prevention
    • Consumer Credit Counseling
    • Financial Education Classes
    • Veterans Services
    • First Time Home Buyer Programs
    • GED Preparations
    • WorkKeys Classes and Testing
    • Ex-Offender Assistance
    • Parent Support Classes
    • Healthcare Connections
    • Workforce and Employment Services (Career Readiness Classes, Job Search Assistance, Clothing Vouchers, and Employment Training)
  • The SC Works Trident Centers provide you with employment support from job searching and application assistance to on-the-job training and education.