Volvo Cars has invested over $1 billion into its Charleston Plant, underlining its long-term commitment to the U.S.
Since arriving in South Carolina in 2015, Volvo Cars has partnered with leaders from organizations across the Lowcountry to build strong, sustainable, mutually beneficial relationships between Volvo Cars and neighbors both now and into the future.
Volvo Cars Charleston Plant celebrated the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. by joining over 100 organizations from across the Charleston area to walk in the 2024 MLK Day Parade.
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Volvo Cars Charleston recently announced that it is teaming up with four high schools in the Tricounty area - Ashley Ridge, Cross, R.B. Stall, and Woodland High School - to launch the Volvo Accelerator Program. With these partnerships, Volvo aims to strengthen its community connections and develop the workforce pipeline.
This past summer, Volvo Cars Charleston had 10 students/recent graduates participate in its internship program. Students learned first-hand about the automotive industry by working in areas ranging from geometry and engineering to finance and communications.
Volvo Cars hosted "The Volvo Experience," an immersive career fair, in partnership with SC Works Trident, SC Works Lower Savannah, DEW, and readySC. Visitors were invited to experience Volvo Cars through sight, sound, hands on acitivites, and Fika, Candidates were given the opportunity to apply on the spot.