Community Resources

Allied Dental - Dental Clinic 

The MTC Dental Clinic offers cleanings (periodontal scaling), prophylaxis, and client education for adults. The dental clinic teaches allied dental students to provide quality oral care for our clients and to introduce health care protocols that ensure our alumni practice in a scientifically-based manner.

Allied Dental - Dental Clinic

Batesburg-Leesville College & Career Development Center

The College & Career Development Center at BLHS is a collaborative partnership between Batesburg-Leesville High School and Midlands Technical College that delivers career-based educational awareness regarding available jobs in the community and demonstrates clear, attainable pathways to these jobs.  It is designed to address the career planning, career exploration, and post-graduation needs of every BLHS student and parent.

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The MTC-BLHS College & Career Development Center:

Serves the parents and students of Batesburg-Leesville High School. Connects with local employers to provide career information, professional networking, and work experience for students. Provides college and career access to parents and students. Initiates campus and business tours for students. Provides onsite placement testing. Strives to increase student access in the areas of alternative energy, advanced manufacturing, health sciences, and information technology. Helps students secure hands-on training with local business professionals.

Apply to College

Use resources available in the College & Career Development Center to identify your field of study, find colleges, and learn more about the application and admissions process.

Contacts

Speak with local professionals and representatives from organizations and colleges at career and college fairs.

College Entrance Exam

Students and parents interested in pursuing higher education at Midlands Technical College can take the Midlands Technical College placement test for admission.

We offer:

Personalized Service

The first step toward making career decisions is to bridge the gap between where you are and where you want to be. 

Drop-in Career Advising

Explore career options, make career decisions, examine local job market outlooks, and much more with help from a career advisor.

Career Options

Meet with a career advisor about your career goals or field of study.


 

Contact Us

Denise Dunovant, Counselor
Email: dunovantd@midlandstech.edu

Fairfield Central High School Success Center

The Career Development Center at FCHS is a joint partnership between Fairfield Central High School and Midlands Technical College.  It connects the parents and students of Fairfield County with local employers to provide career information, professional networking, and work experience for students.  Its goal is to serve as a comprehensive center that meets the career planning, career exploration, and post-graduation needs of every FCHS student and parent.

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The MTC-FCHS Success Center:

Serves the parents and students of Fairfield County. Connects with local employers to provide career information, professional networking, and work experience for students. Provides college and career access to parents and students. Initiates campus and business tours for students. Provides onsite placement testing. Strives to increase student access in the areas of alternative energy, advanced manufacturing, health sciences, and information technology. Helps students secure hands-on training with local business professionals.

 

College Application Resources

Use resources available in the Career Development Center to identify your field of study, find colleges, and learn more about the application and admissions process.

Contacts

Speak with local professionals and representatives from organizations and colleges at career and college fairs.

College Entrance Exam

Students and parents interested in pursuing higher education at Midlands Technical College can take the Midlands Technical College placement test for admission.

We offer:

Personalized Service

The first step toward making career decisions is to bridge the gap between where you are and where you want to be. 

Drop-in Career Advising

Explore career options, make career decisions, examine local job market outlooks, and much more with help from a career advisor.

Career Options

Meet with a career advisor about your career goals or field of study.

Contact the Fairfield Central High School Success Center: 

Brandon Benjamin, Counselor
Email: benjaminb@midlandstech.edu

Swansea High School Success Center

The Career Development Center at Swansea High School is a joint partnership between Swansea High School and Midlands Technical College.  It connects the parents and students of Lexington County with local employers to provide career information, professional networking, and work experience for students.  Its goal is to serve as a comprehensive center that meets the career planning, career exploration, and post-graduation needs of every Swansea High School student and parent.

More Information

The MTC-Swansea High School Success Center:

Serves the parents and students of Swansea. Connects with local employers to provide career information, professional networking, and work experience for students. Provides college and career access to parents and students. Initiates campus and business tours for students. Provides onsite placement testing. Strives to increase student access in the areas of alternative energy, advanced manufacturing, health sciences, and information technology. Helps students secure hands-on training with local business professionals.

 

College Application Resources

Use resources available in the Career Development Center to identify your field of study, find colleges, and learn more about the application and admissions process.

Contacts

Speak with local professionals and representatives from organizations and colleges at career and college fairs.

College Entrance Exam

Students and parents interested in pursuing higher education at Midlands Technical College can take the Midlands Technical College placement test for admission.

We offer:

Personalized Service

The first step toward making career decisions is to bridge the gap between where you are and where you want to be. 

Drop-in Career Advising

Explore career options, make career decisions, examine local job market outlooks, and much more with help from a career advisor.

Career Options

Meet with a career advisor about your career goals or field of study.

Contact the Swansea High School Success Center: 

Brandon Benjamin, Counselor
Email: benjaminb@midlandstech.edu

Facility Rental

Our auditoriums, conference rooms, classrooms, and even parking lots are open to the public and available for facility rental.

Facility Rental

Professional Testing Center

Our Professional Testing Center offers a space to obtain national and state licensures, IT certifications and Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certifications, and more.

Professional Testing Center

Bulletin Board Postings

Bulletin boards are located throughout the campus to notify students of upcoming events and activities. Notices to be placed by either non-students or students must be submitted to the Student Life Office for approval before posting.

Guidelines for Posting Material on Campus

Bulletin boards are located throughout the campus to notify students of upcoming events and activities. Notices to be placed by either non-students or students must be submitted to the Student Life Office for approval before posting.

The only authorized posting locations are on the bulletin boards maintained by the Student Life Office. Glass doors, windows, elevators, and restrooms are examples of unauthorized areas. Postings in unauthorized areas will be removed and disposed of. Exceptions may be made for new college administrative procedures that require a large amount of advertising to spread the message to the student body. For further information pertaining to posting policies, contact the Student Life Office on either campus: 803.822.3650 (Airport) or 803.738.7860 (Beltline).

  1. Appropriate campus posting locations are the bulletin boards managed by the Student Life Office.
  2. Individuals who wish to post flyers/notices on bulletin boards managed by the Student Life Office must receive approval through the Student Life Office on either campus. Requests for posting material on Beltline and Airport campuses can be granted through either Student Life Office: Beltline Student Center (Room 101 or 201) or Airport Student Commons (Room 126).
  3. Upon approval by designated staff in the Student Life Office, the material will be stamped and prepared for posting.
  4. Notices pertaining to intercampus clubs/organizations, student services, or academic information can remain on Student Life boards up to one semester upon request. All other approved material will remain on bulletin boards for two weeks. However, any flyer promoting an event on a specific date will be removed after the event.
  5. Student Life reserves the right to remove any item prior to the designated period based on the timing of a specified event, the size of the material to be posted, and space availability. Student-related events, services, and information will receive priority consideration. See Item 11 and Item 12 concerning posting requests from local businesses.
  6. All material promoting or involving gambling, alcohol consumption, drug use, or any other activity prohibited by college regulations or South Carolina law WILL NOT be approved for posting (see Section III entitled Proscribed Conduct, Student Code, and Grievance Procedure in the MTC Student Handbook).
  7. The maximum size for flyers or posters is 15 X 24 inches. However, exceptions may occur depending on space availability. Consult with the Student Life Office on either campus for verification.
  8. Twenty-two boards are available on the Beltline Campus and 12 boards are located on Airport Campus. Student Life personnel will post only the number of flyers received, minus one that is maintained for file purposes. Individuals are responsible for making copies of all materials posted.
  9. The Student Life Office assumes no responsibility for the security of material posted at any time during display.
  10. Flyers are posted once a week and/or as space permits on boards. Student Life Office reserves the right to delay posting of any material in question-based on existing posting policies and/or available personnel.
  11. The distribution of flyers or other materials must be consistent with orderly assembly as indicated in Section II.B of the Student Code in the MTC Student Handbook. Distribution by means of accosting individuals, shouting, leaving material in stacks in unauthorized areas, or leaving material on cars is strictly prohibited in accordance with the Student Code.
  12. The Student Life Office recognizes the importance of working cooperatively with local businesses and the community. Businesses that want to offer discounts specific to MTC students can have flyers posted on Student Life bulletin boards upon prior approval. All such materials will be posted by Student Life personnel. However, the posting of promotional flyers for businesses that could otherwise be considered free advertising is prohibited.
  13. Repeat listings of approved business flyers are allowed 90 days from the beginning date of the most recent posting. For example, a flyer posted on March 1 can remain on the boards through March 30. As of June 1 (90 days from March 1), the notice can be posted again for a period of 30 days.
  14. All notices pertaining to employment should be referred to the Student Financial Services Office for part-time or Student Employment Services for full-time on either campus.
  15. All notices pertaining to either full-time or part-time employment with Midlands Technical College should be referred to the Office of Human Resource Management located on the Airport Campus.

Advisory Committees

MTC Advisory Committees are made up of leading business and industry professionals who work with the college to help ensure students receive the specific, hands-on training, employability skills, and knowledge base that lead to rewarding careers. The Advisory Committee Manual outlines the organization and responsibilities of the committees.