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U.S. Sen. Tim Scott is putting on more workshops intended to help South Carolina veterans get prepared for jobs in the civilian working world.
Spartanburg Community College has partnered with Sen. Tim Scott to host a veterans education resource fair Tuesday, Jan. 27, for military personnel and area veterans.
U.S. Sen. Tim Scott will take part in the remembrance ceremonies marking the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights-era Selma to Montgomery voting rights march. Scott, R-S.C., is a co-leader of the bipartisan Congressional Civil Rights Pilgrimage that U.S. Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., is leading with the Faith & Politics Institute.
Scott: ‘President needs to do better’ “I, along with my Republican colleagues in the House and Senate, stand ready to work toward common ground with the president in order to move our country forward.
The conversation will feature Senator Tim Scott (R-SC), Director of AEI Education Policy Studies Frederick Hess, and researchers Thomas Stewart, PhD, and Patrick Wolf, PhD, co-authors of a recent book studying the DC Opportunity Scholarship Program.
“The hardworking employees of MTU American and Michelin are already contributing to the Keystone project, and would certainly benefit even more from the pipeline’s construction. This shows how important a jobs issue the pipeline is – not just in the states where it is being constructed, but across our entire nation,” Scott said.
U.S. Sen. Tim Scott’s photo is on the cover of the Charleston Animal Society’s 2015 winter publication “Carolina Tails” promoting his firsthand account of how a rescued Rottweiller puppy boosted the morale of his 84-year-old grandfather.