The HHS does four of these events annually, with other events gathering in Denver, Detroit, and Washington, D.C.
As with any degree, a focused education allows students to explore their passion, and the majority of these students will pursue employment within their specific fields. However, college degrees, regardless of their specific focus, should also offer students the opportunity to gain skills that can be valued in most business organizations.
This year, Father’s Day falls on June 17th, and as I was thinking about the holiday, it led me to reflect on my own childhood and the leadership lessons I learned from my father.
A simulator helps teach and reinforce proper use-of-force decision-making and gives users a firsthand understanding of what these highly charged encounters entail. Participating in the simulator exercise gets the officer’s heart rate up, which produces a stress reaction. Training in these stressful situations helps the officer make similar real-life decisions under duress.
GHS and Palmetto Health join forces, but it’s just one of the high-profile hospital partnerships across the country.
From locally run to corporate options to unofficial coworking meet-ups, members of Columbia’s business community are carving out their own niches around the city through a variety of coworking spaces.
South Carolina colleges are rebalancing their business school curricula to keep the luster on MBA programs, and some are adding online courses to expand their reach.
Recycling of scrap metal is a significant industry in South Carolina. The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) estimates that metal recycling accounts for 3,400 direct jobs with an economic impact of more than $823 million.
Tidewater has begun renovations on a building near the intersection of Interstate 20 and U.S. Highway 1 in Lexington. It’s a couple miles from Tidewater’s existing facility, near I-20 and S.C. Highway 6.
Since she bought the store in 2007, the store has attracted customers from up and down the East Coast who are interested in the seeds, feed, animals and plants that Sal’s sells. From Charleston to New York and down to Florida, Sharpe says that there’s a wide variety of people coming through each year.