The Myrtle Beach area offers a growing, pool of high-tech, skilled technical workers, including software engineers, electrical engineers, computer programmers, developers and technicians. With thousands of people moving to the Grand Strand each year, the Myrtle Beach area is the second fastest growing Metro Statistical Area in the U.S.
Coastal Carolina University and Horry Georgetown Technical College offer an array of degree programs and certificates ranging from information technology and computer science to electronics engineering, programming, and digital arts.
The Southeastern Institute of Manufacturing & Technology is located just a short drive from Myrtle Beach, and offers state-of-the-art services and training programs to both companies/students on the very latest in 3D virtual reality projection solutions, 3D interactive simulations, and more.
The Myrtle Beach area has a thriving technology start-up and entrepreneurial network of companies operating in co-working spaces
See why technology companies from all over are choosing the Myrtle Beach area to grow and expand their businesses.