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OUR PROGRAMS

The purpose of our programs is to reduce the effects of poverty in Beaufort and Jasper counties by promoting self-sufficiency and economic independence.

HEAD START

Beaufort-Jasper Head Start serves children ages 6 weeks through 4 years old. The program is funded for 439 preschool age and 120 infants and toddlers.

EMPLOYMENT

We are always accepting applications and resumes from individuals who can assist in our mission of planning and implementing human service programs.

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Our Story

The Beaufort Economic Opportunity Commission, Inc. began as a Neighborhood Youth Corps Program, under the sponsorship of the Charleston County Economic Opportunity Commission; which, at the time was directed by James Clyburn who is now a U.S. Congressman. The Corporation’s Charter Date is March 11, 1966; hence, the Agency has been operating within the State of South Carolina since 1966.

Through cooperation, we have all learned effective and successful ways to achieve common goals. However, progress has not been easy. There have been many disappointments, crises, funding cutbacks and a lot of opposition; yet when it was necessary to do so, we were able to close ranks and work together for the realization of many successful accomplishments.

Over the past Thirty-three years, the Beaufort Economic Opportunity Commission in Beaufort has brought over 30 million dollars into the local area. This money was, primarily, for the purpose of implementing innovative and creative approaches to fighting the war on poverty.  It cannot go unnoticed as to how the granted funds helped to stimulate the local economy of Beaufort and Jasper Counties.

Our most successful efforts have been in the provision of improved human services, including Employment and Job Training Assistance, Housing Assistance, Transportation Assistance, Pre-School Educational and Nutritional Programs, Emergency and Energy Assistance, Community Organization and Issues Awareness, and Career Enhancement Assistance. Perhaps, even more important are our less tangible accomplishments; such as, continuing to serve as an advocate for the socio-economically disadvantaged of our area.