Education

Don't Stop Me Now | Endowment Intern Sarah

By Sarah Pritchard

Dr. Myers on stage at GSSM in Hartsville. Next to her is the Apollo 11 mission patch.

When Freddie Mercury wrote “Don’t stop me now, I’m having such a good time,” he must have been referring to the South Carolina ETV Endowment Internship because I am having a ball.

Seriously, this week was great. I felt like I was on a roll and got a lot accomplished on a few different projects I was working on. Where do I begin?

PSA: Machine Tool

By William Richardson and Xiao Yu

machine operator at Camco Machining

Daniil Kaplun

Machine Tool Apprentice and Machine Operator, Camco Machining

PSA: Industrial Electrician

By William Richardson and Xiao Yu

Kelvin Smith at the South Carolina Ports Authority

Kelvin Smith

Industrial Electrician, South Carolina Ports Authority
Student, Trident Technical College

PSA: Mechatronics D

By William Richardson and Xiao Yu

John Huges working at ZF Transmission

John Hughes

Mechatronic Apprentice, ZF Transmissions
Student, Piedmont Technical College

PSA: Mechatronics C

By William Richardson and Xiao Yu

Samuel Wyatt operating robot

Samuel Wyatt 

Mechatronics Apprentice, Benteler Automotive
Student, Spartanburg Community College

PSA: Mechatronics B

By William Richardson and Xiao Yu

Elvis Fitz with trainer

Elvis Fitz

Maintenance Apprentice, ZF Transmissions
Student, Piedmont Technical College

Part 1: In the Beginning | Beyond Barbados

By Dave Adams

Colonization of Barbados

Most people today understand that the Carolinas were colonized by the English who had come to the Charleston area by way of Caribbean trade routes, primarily Barbados. The story of Barbados is as unique as the island itself. Like the United States, Barbados is an amalgam of international cultures. However, for close to 300 years, Barbados remained a commonwealth of the United Kingdom, only gaining its independence from Britain in 1966.

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