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Getting the Ball Rolling | Endowment Intern Sean

June 13, 2019 - Posted in Local by Sean Scott
Host Gavin Jackson (L) speaks with Greenville News reporters Kirk Brown and Nikie Mayo (R)

Week 3 is nearing its end for me here at SCETV and I'm finally starting to get into a groove with more work each and every day. Since last week's blog, I've had a wide variety of experiences. In the last post, I mentioned the research I did for This Week in South Carolina...

Week 3 in the Books | Endowment Intern Eli

June 12, 2019 - Posted in Local by Elias Saliba
ETV Lowcountry is located on the TCL campus

It is hard to believe I am already finishing up my third week interning with SCETV. This week is also the last week of production for By The River , so it is kind of sad, but mainly a sense of accomplishment, for all of us at SCETV and USCB. I truly feel like I’ve learned a...

Don't Stop Me Now | Endowment Intern Sarah

June 11, 2019 - Posted in Local 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...

Lake City | Our Town

June 11, 2019 - Posted in Local by Charles Dymock
Downtown Lake City

“I think what makes Lake City so unique is when you come to Lake City, what you expect is not what you get - you get more,” says Lake City Artfields Consultant, Carla Angus. Over recent years, this once-desolate town has transformed itself into a thriving economic and...

Heather Holmquest | Women Vision SC Podcast

June 11, 2019 - Posted in Local by Linda O'Bryon
Heather Holmquest

Heather Holmquest is not on social media. It’s a personal choice for her. Her style of management is to build relationships in-person. As president of the Maritime Association of South Carolina, she oversees an association that includes 240 member companies in Charleston...

PSA: Machine Tool

June 10, 2019 - Posted in Local by William Richardson and Xiao Yu
machine operator at Camco Machining

Daniil Kaplun Machine Tool Apprentice and Machine Operator, Camco Machining At age 18, Daniil Kamplun is already a full-time machine operator at Camco Machining. He entered the field of Machine Tool by accident. In high school, he went to Swofford Career Center and signed...

PSA: Industrial Electrician

June 10, 2019 - Posted in Local 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 Kelvin Smith is originally from New York. He paid a visit to South Carolina because of a family occasion. During that trip, he realized that it was far easier for him and...

PSA: Quality Control

June 10, 2019 - Posted in Local by William Richardson and Xiao Yu
Michelle Hutcheson taking care of quality control

Michelle Hutcheson SC Works Trainee, Finalcontrol, Inc. After Michelle Hutcheson graduated from high school, she took some “normal high school jobs”— in services and retailer stores. For elevating herself in the workforce, she started searching for a “real” job with higher...

PSA: Mechatronics D

June 10, 2019 - Posted in Local by William Richardson and Xiao Yu
John Huges working at ZF Transmission

John Hughes Mechatronic Apprentice, ZF Transmissions Student, Piedmont Technical College John Hughes is an apprentice at the ZF Transmission’s apprentice program. This program recruits local high school students and pays for them to attend school full-time at Piedmont...

PSA: Mechatronics C

June 10, 2019 - Posted in Local by William Richardson and Xiao Yu
Samuel Wyatt operating robot

Samuel Wyatt Mechatronics Apprentice, Benteler Automotive Student, Spartanburg Community College Samuel Wyatt has just graduated from Daniel Morgan Technology Center. He is good at working with his hands, using tools and programing robots. The earlier exposure to...

PSA: Mechatronics B

June 10, 2019 - Posted in Local by William Richardson and Xiao Yu
Elvis Fitz with trainer

Elvis Fitz Maintenance Apprentice, ZF Transmissions Student, Piedmont Technical College Since Elvis Fitz was a very young child, he has enjoyed working on cars with his father. When he got into high school, he felt connected with mechatronics since it involves mechanic...

PSA: Electric Lineman

June 10, 2019 - Posted in Local by William Richardson and Xiao Yu
Duke Energy Electric Lineman

William Ball Line Technician, Duke Energy William Madison Ball loves helping people. The main reason he became a line technician is that he can truly help people in their time of need. It brings him immense satisfaction when he can bring power back to hundreds of homes...

Museum of the Moon

June 10, 2019 - Posted in Local by Libby Dallis
Museum of the Moon

The Museum of the Moon , an incredible 23-foot inflatable moon installation was placed over Dargan Street in Florence, S.C. in May 2019. Florence was the second location that this artwork, created by U.K. artist Luke Jerram , was moved to in the United States,, following a...

New Challenges | Endowment Intern RoseCatherine

June 7, 2019 - Posted in Local by RoseCatherine James
My Ride Rock Hill

Week four definitley picked up. Not only was I tasked with finishing the Made Here story I started working on, but I also worked on a smaller piece about My Ride, Rock Hill, which is Rock Hill's new all-eclectric public transit system. Most of the week has been spent...

All-Electric Public Transit Launches in Rock Hill

June 7, 2019 - Posted in Local by RoseCatherine James
My Ride Rock Hill

My Ride Rock Hill , the city’s free public busing system, is launching Monday, June 10, as the first public transit system to begin all-electric. Route 1 begins Monday with Routes 2-4 starting July 1. While many public transit systems are currently trying to convert from...

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