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Each library is equipped with public access to the Internet, printing and WiFi. Library staff will assist as much as possible. Please make an appointment to ensure individual help with your job search.
Camden, Cris Wilson, 803-425-1508, firstname.lastname@example.org
Elgin, Leslie Roscoe, 803-438-7881, email@example.com
Bethune, Leslie Roscoe, 843-334-8420, firstname.lastname@example.org
NEW to Kershaw County Library!
Cypress Resume provides assistance with creating resumes and cover letters for job seekers. Print out or save resume and cover letter documents for future use. Cypress Resume assists in personalizing information relating to job titles and job duties to suit the user's particular background. Try it today!
Online Sources of Assistance
WorkSC.Org, a portal developed by the SC State Library provides broad coverage of job search sites, resume and interviewing tips, educational opportunities, links to benefit information—and more. This is perhaps the most comprehensive job seeking site for SC residents.
To sharpen your computer skills, consider taking a free class at the library, or consult Kershaw County School District’s Adult Education division for low-cost classes.
Considering furthering your education? Need to take the GED, or other standardized test? Learning Express, a free online resource available through the library, offers many practice tests and tips.
For more information about careers, see Ferguson's Career Guidance Center, available through DISCUS, which provides information about occupations and industries, job hunting and workplace skills, college planning and financial aid, and assessments for discovering career interests.
The eBook Collection of Career Books is available from DISCUS also. Read the book right on your screen!
Local Job Assistance Partners
Job Connection at Goodwill, located next to Belks in Camden, provides a computer lab, individual job searching assistance, interviewing training, and more.
1671 Springdale Drive, Camden, 803-432-1141
Hours: 9am-12pm, 1pm-5pm, Mon-Thurs
The SC Department of Vocational Rehabilitation provides assistance with retraining and employment to individuals with disabilities.
15 Battleship Road Extension, Camden
The Alston Wilkes Society is dedicated to assisting ex-offenders with life skills (located in the Dept. of Juvenile Justice)
1121 Church Street, Camden
803-773-7334 Contact: Patty Welday
SC Works , located next to McDonald’s in Camden, provides job searching assistance, access to computers, and connection to unemployment benefits.
205 E DeKalb Street, Camden
Dealing with financial stress and hardship? There is help in your community.
Christian Community Ministries (CCM). Free budget counseling and assistance for qualifying families.
Hours 9-11:30 M-F except holidays
Walk-ins 1st come 1st served
110 East Dekalb Street (United Way Building), Camden
Wateree Community Action
Assistance for individuals and families that meet income guidelines, including assisting with housing, utility bills, youth employment, tutoring, weatherization.
710 W DeKalb Street, Camden
Fax 803 432-3411
Department of Social Services (DSS)
Programs to provide food (SNAP), foster care programs and protection from abuse for children and vulnerable adults. Family Independent Work Program (FI). Mothers or Fathers with dependent children looking for work.
110 E De Kalb Street, Camden
432-7676 After Hours Reporting: 425-1512
United Way of Kershaw County
Offer referrals to a broad variety of local agencies and non-profits that provide assistance.
110 E DeKalb Street, Camden
432-0951 Fax 425-4616