Career & College Promise (CCP)

What is Career and College Promise?

The Career and College Promise is the statewide program that offers structured opportunities at the community college for qualified high school juniors and seniors to earn college credit or workforce continuing education credit toward an industry-recognized credential or certification. Academic credits earned through Career and College Promise shall enable students who continue into post-secondary education after graduating from high school to complete a post-secondary credential in less time than would normally be required.  Students who participate in the CCP program must be a NC resident or attend a NC high school. 

2019-20 Career and College Promise Handbook

What are the Pathway Options?

Workforce Continuing Education Pathway (WCE)

Continuing Education (WCE): Students may earn a state or industry-recognized credential aligned with a high school Career Cluster preparing them to enter the workforce. Please contact Jason Levister for questions related to the (WCE) pathways:

Jason Levister
Director of Student Success, Scholarship and Date Support
(910) 695-3778
levisterj@sandhills.edu

Cooperative Innovative High Schools Pathway

SandHoke Early College High School (SECHS) represents a partnership between the Hoke County School System and Sandhills Community College to implement a Cooperative Innovative High Schools program. SECHS is designed to introduce students to the college setting in their sophomore year of high school by taking Sandhills Community College courses along with honors level high school courses. The school offers a five-year program through which students have the opportunity to earn both their high school diploma and an Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree by successfully completing two years of transferable college credit.