ETV’s reach in South Carolina goes well beyond Radio and TV. ETV supports education, promotes transparency, partners with public safety, connects citizens, and improves the quality of life and job readiness for the state. Join us for a look at some of ETV’s services and what people are saying about ETV.
ETV Community and State Partners
The Riley Institute of Furman University
ETV partners with the the Riley Institute of Furman University to present the annual Wilkins Leadership Awards Ceremony. The Award for Excellence in Legislative Leadership is presented to a member of the S.C. Legislature. The Award for Excellence in Civic Leadership is presented to a community leader. ETV provides professionally produced testimonial videos of each recipient, to be premiered at the annual Awards Ceremony. ETV also airs the complete Awards Ceremony on State House Today, which airs on ETVWorld.
The goal of the Riley Institute is to bring local, national and international leaders to South Carolina and to Furman University. Through…
South Carolina Council for African American Studies
The South Carolina Council for African American Studies is a non-profit grassroots organization, born of legislation passed in 1984 that mandated that all schools must include African and African American history, culture and experiences within the K-12 curriculum. Founded in January 2006, its mission is to promote higher standards for African American studies instruction in all subject core area curricula for the schools of South Carolina. With its primary membership consisting of teachers, the Council is building significant networks for instructors at all levels to share “best practices” and current trends in teaching African American history and culture as a seamless part of American…
S.C. Department of Education eMedia and the ETV American Graduate Project
Finding Money for College 2012 is a special program to assist students and parents in seeking ways to pay for a college education. Produced by the S.C. Department of Education’s eMedia team working in partnership with ETV and the ETV American Graduate Project, this annual program features financial aid professionals from the University of South Carolina, Clemson University, and Wofford College. Finding Money for College features advice from Sheila Sparks, Director of Guidance from Wando High School. To provide information and answer questions on accessing scholarships, grants and loans, the panel includes Earl Mayo, Director of S.C. Higher Education Tuition…