The economic vitality, global competitiveness and prosperity of our country, and the Charleston community, depends on the skills of our workforce. Companies need well-educated, skilled employees to deliver their competitive products and services. The need for these skilled employees along with vetted outsourced resources is magnified in the tech industry where the technology landscape is evolving at an unprecedented rate.

The Digital Corridor's talent development strategy is comprised of three tactical areas - CONNECT, DEVELOP & SUPPORT


CharlestonWorks™ is a directory and map of known tech and tech-related companies in Charleston, South Carolina. Charleston's tech economy accounts for five-percent of the total regional economy and is the fastest growing sector.

Career seekers will find this site especially useful by being able to quickly view the companies that are hiring and link directly to their respective career opportunities.

Talent Portal

Since 2003, the Charleston Digital Corridor has been assisting companies with their technical hiring needs. Our talent portal is the only locally curated resource focused exclusively on Charleston's burgeoning technology community. This tool allows employers to post jobs while also allowing career seekers to post their resume.

CDC member companies may post jobs for a nominal fee of $69 each or purchase a five-pack for $299. Non-member companies may post jobs for $99 each.

All job postings are active for 30 days.


CharlestonCodes™ is a directory and map of all known education institutions, coding initiatives offered by private and non-profit entities, and community events featuring computer programming/code education in Charleston, South Carolina.


CODEcamp is an array of classes and workshops in open source technologies taught by Charleston industry professionals. We offer classes for:

CODEcamp Kids

CODEcamp Kids is a code education program designed for middle school students to promote interest in computer science and tech careers, expanding on the core STEM concepts from their other classes. Students learn the fundamentals of web development (HTML, CSS and Javascript).

User Groups

At the Digital Corridor, we believe that user groups are integral to Charleston's tech ecosystem. We are delighted to support and facilitate new technical user groups at our Flagship facilities for meetings along with co-promoting meet-ups through our social media channels.

Contact us to add your user group to our list.