Statewide Centers

Through SC Works Centers and Connection Points across the state, there are a variety of workforce services in all 46 S.C. counties.

SC Works Centers – includes re-employment services for jobseekers, partner services, business services and resource rooms for use when filing for unemployment benefits or searching for work online.

Connection Points – includes free public access to computers and tools to guide jobseekers through the job search process. Attention: South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce (SCDEW) does not own, control, or monitor either the physical location or the computer equipment located at Connection Points. SCDEW makes no warranty or guarantee, express or implied, including but not limited to, the security, availability, operation of, materials, or internet speed of any Connection Points. Be advised that you use these Connection Points at your own risk. SCDEW encourages all users to adhere to good security practices.

Click a local area below where you will find SC Works center and connection point information, as well as the Local Workforce Development Area website and any social media platforms that they are a part of.

SC Map State Centers


Our offices and employees follow the state's holiday schedule that can be found here.

Additionally, in the instance of inclement weather, decisions are made by county government officials. County closures can be found by visiting the S.C. Emergency Management Division's website here.

Please click on your local area in the map provided above to confirm the status of your SC Works center and the best way to receive services at this time.

And, as always, these online services are available 24/7:

The Claimant Self Service Portal where individuals can create an account and file for Unemployment Insurance Benefits.

The SC Works Online Services (SCWOS) site where jobseekers can upload a resume as well as search for work and businesses can post jobs and look for employees.