Career and College Promise
Career and College Promise (CCP) offers structured opportunities for qualified high school students to pursue one of three pathways in community college that lead to a certificate, diploma, or degree as well as provide entry-level job skills. Academic credits earned through Career and College Promise pathways shall enable students who continue into postsecondary education, after high school graduation, to complete an undergraduate degree in less time than high school students without college credit would need to complete. Enrollment in the Career and College Promise Program is available to North Carolina public, private, and home-schooled high school students.
Specific qualification criteria for all high school students are required for each pathway. To view a description and criteria for a specific pathway, please refer to the College and Career Promise Pathway Guide (pdf)
Steps to Apply to CCP
Follow the steps below to apply to be a Career and College Promise student at Vance-Granville Community College.
- Franklin County Students: Evangeline Mitchell – firstname.lastname@example.org (ph. 252-738-3611)
- Granville County Students: Reba Bullock – email@example.com (ph. 252-738-3525)
- Vance County Students: Allison Brown – firstname.lastname@example.org (ph. 252-738-3484)
- Warren County Students: Faye Goode – email@example.com (ph. 252-738-3594)
- Career Coach for: Granville Central, South Granville, JF Webb, Warren New Tech, and Warren County High School: Connie Ragland – firstname.lastname@example.org
Students outside of these four counties should select the representative from the county where you expect to attend classes or is closest to you.
EARLY COLLEGE PROGRAM
How to Apply to Early Colleges?
VGCC Cooperative Innovative High Schools take the form of Early College High Schools and are located on or near the college’s campuses. Students enrolled in these programs can concurrently obtain a high school diploma and begin or complete an associate degree program or earn up to two years of college credit within five years. The process to apply to one of these four schools begins in middle school and is conducted by the Local Education Agency. To obtain additional information about our early college high school partnerships and how to apply, please visit the specific Early College High School Website of interest.