Career & College Promise (CCP)
NC's Career and College Promise (CCP) program at JCC is an educational opportunity for qualified North Carolina high school, eleventh and twelfth grade, students to get ahead of preparing for their career and/or the completion of college credits. CCP replaces all earlier dual-enrollment programs, including Huskins, Learn and Earn, and Learn and Earn online.
Pathways: CCP offers three “pathways” for students in high school:
- Career and Technical Education Pathways (CTE) lead to a certificate, diploma, or degree; or
- Core 44 College Transfer Pathways (CT) lead to a minimum of 30 hours of college credit;
- Early and Middle College Pathways
To Get Started:
Step 2: Take your JCC completed application verification page to your high school counselor and tell him/her you're interested in taking classes at JCC
Step 3: Choose a pathway with your counselor
Step 4: JCC will contact you to register for classes
Once students have selected a pathway, they will only take courses within that pathway as required by program legislation. Depending on their eligibility, students may enroll in two pathways (one College Transfer and one Career and Technical Education) at the same time.
JCC's Course Schedules: For course schedules, go to JCC's homepage www.johnstoncc.edu and click on the WebAdvisor icon, then follow these directions:
1. Click on CONTINUE TO WEBADVISOR
2. Click on PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS
3. Click on SEARCH FOR SECTIONS
4. Click on TERM and highlight SEMESTER NEEDED
5. To search for all courses, click SUBMIT. To search for one course at a time, type SUBJECT and click SUBMIT.
For more information: Talk with the CCP Guidance Counselor or Career Development Coordinator (CDC) at your high school or Contact Us.
For Johnston County High Schools, the CCP Guidance Counselors are:
Clayton High School - Jessica Druzak (CDC - Jaconna Bailey)
Cleveland High School - Hilary Holtzhauser (CDC - Lori McLean)
Corinth Holders High School - Tricia Palmer (CDC - Glenn Bass)
North Johnston High School - Ro Ewais (CDC - April Phillips)
Princeton High School - Jamie Faulk (CDC - Mary Hunter Olive)
Smithfield Selma High School - Mary Helen Burgess (CDC - Cathy Malin)
South Johnston High School - Joy McGee (CDC - Amy Cox)
West Johnston High School - Dwinell Creese (CDC - Logan Francisco)