Craven Community College to Hold Career and College Promise Information Session on November 4



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NEW BERN, NC – Craven Community College will be holding an information for its Career and College Promise, a tuition-free dual enrollment program that allows high school juniors and seniors to earn college credit. The briefing will take place on November 4, 2021 at 5:30 p.m. in the Orringer Auditorium on the New Bern campus.

The CCP program is a free opportunity that only requires students to pay for textbooks and software, saving them time and money to earn a college degree. All high school juniors and seniors who reside in Craven County are eligible for the program, including public, private and home-schooled students. After graduating from high school, CCP students can then apply for college credits to accelerate earning a certificate, diploma, or associate degree. College credits are also transferable to four-year universities.

CCP students have the option of taking courses at Craven CC campuses in New Bern or Havelock, hybrid (a combination of on-campus and online courses) or entirely online. They can choose between the technical career path or the college transfer path. The Technical-Career Path is ideal for career-conscious students who wish to earn a Craven CC certificate that matches their current career goals. The College Transfer Pathway is a good choice for students planning to enroll in a transfer program to attend a four-year university, allowing them to complete many of the basic general education courses required in the first two years of the college. ‘a four-year degree.

The information session will cover the CCP registration process, college transfer and certificate pathways, spring and summer 2022 sessions, course registration and more.

It is open to all high school students and anyone interested in learning more about the CCP.

For any questions or additional information, contact CCP Advisor Samantha McDonald at 252-638-7242 or [email protected]



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