Sealevel Hires Five, Invests $2.5M – Gsa Business Journal

By Liz Segrist Liberty-based Sealevel plans to hire five people and invested $2.5 million to accommodate its facility expansion. Sealevel unveiled its new circuit assembly line and expanded manufacturing facility during a Tuesday announcement by Sealevel executives, Pickens County Council and Alliance Pickens. The hires will be for engineers and process control associates. The investment…

County Students In High Demand

PICKENS COUNTY — STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) programs available to students in the Pickens County school district show that there are viable career options for those children who are not interested in what some view as a more traditional, four-year university education. Ray Farley, executive director of Alliance Pickens, recently organized a dinner…

United Tool And Mold Makes Generous Donation To The Pickens County Career And Technology Center – Easley Progress

Liberty, SC – Just a little more than a week after local business and industry came together to raise more than $10,000 to support the School District of Pickens County’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) initiatives, a Pickens County company is raising the bar with another donation aimed at supporting technical education. United Tool…