From the outside, the Marlboro County Adult Education and Community Education Center on Broad Street may look small but on the inside, it is full of possibilities in its nine classrooms.
These possibilities include earning your high school diploma or GED, getting WorkKeys certification or taking computer classes.
"It is a little building but a whole lot goes on inside under this little room," said William Jorgensen, director of Adult and Community Education.
Adult Education is open 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday with students attending from 8 a.m.-noon.
In the afternoon, classes are offered to the public to learn about Powerpoint, setting up email or introducing Excel.
At Adult Education, students can earn a high school diploma, GED or take Adult Basic Education classes.
The center has a job board where SC Works sends position postings to help students find new opportunities.