Through the Career and College Promise (CCP) program, junior and senior students in high school can begin their two-year or four-year degree credits, which is not only invaluable, but cost effective.
On Wednesday, July 27, participating students from high schools within Clinton City and Sampson County, including public, private and homeschools, attended the CCP Orientation on the Sampson Community College campus.
“We are honored to currently have 306 high school students taking advantage of the CCP opportunity for Fall 2016 at Sampson Community College,” notes Perry Gillespie, Career Specialist at Sampson Community College. “This number has more than doubled from the previous fall semester. Combined, these CCP students are taking advantage of over 40 different class offerings including an array of courses offered online or in the traditional face-to-face setting.”
For more information about the Career and College Promise (CCP) program, call 910-592-8081 or visit www.sampsoncc.edu.