Career & College Promise
Career and College Promise provides seamless dual enrollment educational opportunities tuition-free for eligible North Carolina high school students in order to accelerate completion of college certificates, diplomas, and associate degrees that lead to college transfer or provide entry level job skills. Central Carolina offers Career and College Promise pathways aligned with the K-12 curriculum and career and college ready standards adopted by the State Board of Education.
Want to take college classes? Apply for the Career & College Promise Program
- 1 You can apply online by creating an account, selecting "CCP Dual Enrollment" on the application, and completing the form.
- 2 Make an appointment to meet with your CCP Advisor. Your advisors contact details are listed under "Contacts" below.
- 3 Be on the lookout for email notification of acceptance! You can also check back periodically for updates. Once accepted, you will receive information about getting started with CCCC.
- 4 Once registration opens, your CCP Advisor will process your registration and let you know when you have been registered.
Home school students who will be in 9th or 10th grade at the time of their enrollment need to contact our Director of Secondary Partnerships, Dr. Sara Newcomb, to enroll. Please set up an appointment with Dr. Sara Newcomb.
Home school students who will be in 11th or 12th grade at the time of their enrollment need to contact our College Access Coordinator, Mary Schmid Carter, to enroll. Please send an email to email@example.com for information on what is required for enrollment.
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Harnett County Schools
Harnett Central HS
Harnett Virtual Academy
Western Harnett HS
Lee County Schools
Central Carolina Academy
Ascend Leadership Academy
Chatham County Schools
All 9th/10th Grade, Home Schools, Private, Public, etc.
Dr. Sara Newcomb
Central Carolina Works (CCW)
Central Carolina Works (CCW) is a collaboration between the three local education agencies served by Central Carolina Community College; the college administration and faculty, and the business communities of Chatham, Harnett, and Lee counties. The project targets dual enrollment participation in the three county service area, while simultaneously building faculty, administration, and curriculum capacity for guiding students and families through the full range of educational and career pathways-both Career and Technical Education (CTE) and College Transfer (CT). CCW employs an individualized advising model that includes 9 full-time Career and College Advisors, stationed on site at each area high school. In addition to providing outreach and advising services to the area's 11,000+ high school students, these advisors serve as primary coordinators of a sustained professional development program that connects schools and classrooms with local business and industry. CCW is also focused on the development of additional CTE pathways, allowing students more opportunities for pathway completion.
Central Carolina Works seeks to promote skills and knowledge that will ready students for success in college and careers leading to economic benefits for individuals and communities through increased participation in North Carolina's Career and College Promise program.