Eligible students can learn how to enroll for spring classes.
Are you a Johnston County high school student and want to learn how you can earn college credit at Johnston Community College for free?
The Johnston County Career and College Promise (CCP) program is hosting an information session Monday, Oct. 17 from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. in the Paul A. Johnston Auditorium on the main campus of Johnston Community College.
This session is designed for students and parents of students in eighth grade through eleventh grade who are interested in taking college classes while in high school.
During the session, attendees will hear an overview presentation and will learn how to enroll students for spring semester classes. The first deadline to apply is Oct. 24 with a final application deadline of November 21.
Currently, Johnston County's CCP program offers 25 college transfer and career and technical pathways for juniors and seniors and four pathways for freshmen and sophomores.
The CCP Center recently opened in the Elsee Building, Room 115, on the JCC main campus. Parents of interested CCP students are welcome to stop by and speak with a CCP director about the program.
Learn more about CCP at Johnston Community College at http://www.johnstoncc.edu/programs/career-and-college-promise/.
Cut line: Cary Lane Cockrell, CCP director for Johnston County, is pictured with JCS Superintendent Ross Renfrow, left, and JCC President David Johnson.