By Al Dozier The Irmo Town Council heard a presentation at the March 5 workshop meeting from the non-profit S.C. Career Kids. This organization helps children explore career paths and envision their future. The organization is seeking funding assistance from the town to support their various programs, which include summerContinue Reading

Date and Time: 2 hr 15 min, Lunch at 11:45 am, Rotations start at 1 pm Location: 7582 Woodrow St, Irmo, SC 29063 Description: SC Career Kids, a nonprofit organization, is seeking career experts to participate in their summer Career Club at Union United Methodist Church. This camp aims toContinue Reading

Exciting news is buzzing in our community as SCCK (School Career Connect Kids) proudly announces the launch of a new After School Club at Saxe-Gotha Elementary School in Lexington School District 1, set to kick off on February 7. This expansion marks a significant step forward in SCCK’s mission toContinue Reading

The SC Career Kids held a can drive as part of their summer camp. One camper started her own in memory of her grandmother. Grace McClinton holds up a can from her bag full of cans that she collected for ‘Cans for GG’. The young Chapin Elementary student wanted toContinue Reading

SC Career Kids held their Career Camp this year from June 19-22 in partnership with the Greater Irmo Chamber of Commerce. This year 26 career experts talk with the campers who are all elementary grade school children. This year’s camp was full with 34 campers and 6 camp counselors withContinue Reading

Dr. Matthew Boyeson of Midlands Family Chiropractic offered the SC Career Kids class a glimpse at the world of chiropractic medicine. The class met at Irmo Elementary School on January 10 and the children ranged from first to fourth grade. “I could tell these children were excited to learn,” saidContinue Reading

SC Career Kids held a ribbon-cutting at the Greater Irmo Chamber of Commerce on Monday, June 19 kicking off their Career Kids Summer Camp. Camp runs from June 20 – 24th from 1 – 3 pm and is an opportunity for children to learn from professionals in varying fields aboutContinue Reading

As the world began to close down in the spring of 2020 due to COVID-19, Irmo resident Katy Wiggs saw the need for children to have a safe place to learn when their schools temporarily shut their doors. The early childhood educator viewed this as an opportunity to model “outsideContinue Reading