NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - North Charleston and Clemson University are teaming up to open a workforce development computer lab in the city.
The Midland Park Community Center opens on Wednesday in North Charleston with Mayor Keith Summey and Clemson officials expected to attend. In the workforce development lab, donated computers are being used to help residents develop computer skills and find jobs.
Clemson's Restoration Institute is located in North Charleston.
The institute focuses on a number of areas including community revitalization, historic preservation and renewable energy.