"Preparing our children for the future workforce. Proud to support their mission!"
Teaching the Next Generation Soft Skills
and Work Readiness.
Volunteer & Support SC Career Kids
Empower our next generation of leaders.
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Thank You 2024 Sponsors!


SC Career Kids aims to engage children in meaningful career exploration experiences at various stages of their education, fostering curiosity, skill development, and awareness of future opportunities in South Carolina.


  • Career Camp
  • Safety Town Camp
  • After School Career Club
  • In School Field Trips Safety Town {Pop-Ups}
  • Virtual Career Exploration, and more!

Shaping our next generation of leaders, find out what we have to offer by selecting the button below:

Our Programs


We have resources that aim to empower parents, educators, sponsors, and volunteers to actively participate in and support the mission of SC Career Kids.


  • Parents: Availability, registration, release forms and more!
  • Educators: How to apply for the After School Program and/or In School Field Trips!
  • Sponsors: Your donation will help empower our future leaders!
  • Volunteers: Learn about our available opportunities!

SCCK is teaching the next generation soft skills and work skills readiness. Find out more below:

Our Resources


Have a question about our programs, events, or resources? Need assistance with enrollment, sponsorship opportunities, or volunteering? No question is too big or too small.


Whether you’re a parent, educator, sponsor, volunteer, or member of the media, we welcome all questions and inquiries. Feel free to reach out to us using the contact link provided below, or simply fill out our general contact form, and we’ll be happy to assist you.

Together, let’s inspire curiosity, ignite passions, and unlock endless possibilities for South Carolina’s future leaders and workforce. Thank you for choosing SC Career Kids!

Contact Us

” Workforce Development and Education initiatives are crucial to the future of South Carolina. According to the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce, “critical needs” jobs account for 45 percent of the workforce while only 29 percent of people have the necessary skills to fill these jobs. “
South Carolina Chamber of Commerce

Career Camp
Career Experts
Safety Town