Career & College Promise (CCP) is a program that allows North Carolina high school students the opportunity to earn college credits tuition free while still in high school. The program provides seamless dual enrollment educational opportunities for eligible North Carolina high school students. CCP can help high school students accelerate the completion of college certificates, diplomas, and associate degrees in preparation for the workplace or in preparation for a seamless transfer to a senior institution.
The College Transfer Pathway
Earn tuition-free course credits toward a four-year degree by taking courses at Carteret Community College. Credits earned in this pathway transfer seamlessly to all University of North Carolina institutions and many of North Carolina’s Independent Colleges and Universities.
The Technical Career Pathway
Earn tuition-free course credits at Carteret Community College towards one of our many Applied Science programs. Students who complete a Technical Career Pathway may be awarded a certificate or diploma upon graduation from high school and all coursework completed in the pathway will count towards an Associate in Applied Science degree at Carteret Community College
Career and College Promise Admission Requirements for both college transfer and technical career pathways.
College Transfer Pathways
As Juniors and Seniors, students are eligible to participate in Career and College Promise (CCP). CCP offers students the opportunity to earn college credit, in addition to high school credit.
As Juniors and Seniors, students are eligible to participate in Career and College Promise (CCP). CCP offers students the opportunity to earn college credit, in addition to high school credit. By taking CCP courses, students can begin the process of earning a certification in their career of choice as well as earning transferable credits within the North Carolina Community College System.
The North Carolina High School to Community College Articulation Agreement is an agreement between the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and the North Carolina Community College System, which provides a seamless process that joins secondary and postsecondary Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs of study.
Important documents for making a smooth transition to a Career and College Promise student, for not only the student, but the parents and counselors alike.