Career and College Promise
The Career and College Promise Program (CCP) allows qualifying high school students to enroll in community college pathway courses at South Piedmont Community College (SPCC) while attending their home school as a part of the traditional school day. The goal of the Career and College Promise program is to provide students with the appropriate college options based on their personal desires, whether it be to continue on to an associate’s degree, complete introductory college courses, or prepare to enter the workforce.
Beginning with the 2019-2020 school year, students enrolled in the CCP program will have weekly access to a SPCC Career Coach. Career Coaches, along with school counselors, will advise and guide students through the Career and College Promise program. Students must be capable of completing college-level work, as well as continue to meet requirements to maintain concurrent enrollment. Students must adhere to all course requirements and examinations required by the instructor or institution and all other eligibility criteria outlined in the North Carolina Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA). Any student interested in applying for this program should contact his/her counselor for more information and click the following link: CCP General Information
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Please Note: The Career and College Promise Program is NOT connected to Union County Early College.