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Resources for Job Seekers

Are you looking for a job or wanting to change careers? If so, we encourage you to explore this page where you will find job fairs, links to education sites, employment agencies and more! 

Ready to start your career search? Search our Job Bank and discover job openings with Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce investors and submit your resume,

Job Bank


Career Tool Kit


Employment, Training Services

  • Career Transitions – Whether you are actively looking for a job or exploring your options, Career Transitions can guide you through the job-search process from beginning to end.
  • Waccamaw Regional Council of Governments SC Works - Operates three full-service SC Works Centers located in Conway, Georgetown and Kingstree providing job seekers access to a variety of employment and training services all under one roof and online. To register for job searches, find résumé assistance, and explore other possible training opportunities, visit SC Works. For more information about the Workforce Investment Act and how to apply for training assistance, visit Waccamaw Works.


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Continuing Education

Many of the region's most valuable workers come from the area's own vast educational system. 

  • Horry County Schools Adult Education program supports adults in taking the next step in their education: College and Career Transition, WorkKeys Certification, Community Education, Computer Literacy, English Classes, Family Learning Centers, GED, High School Diploma.
  • Coastal Carolina University awards baccalaureate degrees through 84 majors. At the graduate level, there are 26 master's degree programs, two educational specialist degrees, and two doctoral programs.
  • Coastal Carolina University (CCU) also provides the best adult education through the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI at Coastal) to residents throughout the Grand Strand. 
  • Horry Georgetown Technical College is a comprehensive two-year community/technical college that offers more than 65 associate degree, diploma, and certificate programs for students who are either seeking quick entry into the workforce or desiring to transfer to a senior institution to pursue a bachelor's degree.
  • HGTC’s Continuing Education & Workforce Development offers a number of additional job training options for individuals who do not wish to enroll in college but need job training for immediate employment. 
  • Limestone College is an accredited, independent, coeducational four-year liberal arts institution chartered by the State of South Carolina. The college offers employee discounts for undergraduate and graduate grant programs.
  • Webster University Myrtle Beach Campus offers accredited graduate school education to students in South Carolina and across the world. With opportunities to study in Myrtle Beach or earn a degree online, academic programs are focused on student success and taught by faculty with professional experience in their academic fields.


See Entire List of MBACC Member Colleges/Universities

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February 20, 2020

MBACC Hosts Leap Year Pet Adoption Event

Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting a pet adoption event Feb. 28 at the chamber from 2-5 p.m. with the Grand Strand Humane Society and Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux.

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February 12, 2020

Freedom Readers Named February Nonprofit of the Month

A simple mission to help kids read better led Tracy Bailey to launch Freedom Readers in 2010. It started with just two sites and 40 scholars and students. Today, Freedom Readers serves 20 sites with about 230 children.