10/9/18 High School students and parents, want to learn more about the Alamance Career Accelerator Program?

High School students and parents, want to learn more about the Alamance Career Accelerator Program?

Career Accelerator Program  

Alamance CAP is a partnership with local businesses, the Alamance Chamber, and Alamance Community College where interested high school juniors and seniors can apply for a paid apprenticeship program while still in high school that offers a free associate’s degree in Mechatronics from ACC and a guaranteed job upon completion. Students are paid by the company while working and while attending classes at ACC to earn their Mechatronics degree.

If you are interested in learning more about this career opportunity that begins in high school, please attend one of the following information sessions at 6:00 pm:

Western High School

Thursday, October 18

Graham High School

Wednesday, October 24

Southern High School

Thursday, October 25

Williams High School

Tuesday, October 30

Cummings High School

Thursday, Nov 1

Eastern High School

Monday, Nov. 5

Alamance Community College

Thursday, November 8 & Tuesday, November 13

If you are unable to attend the session at your school, please feel free to attend one at another school or at ACC to hear more about this exciting career opportunity in a high-demand field.

Current CAP apprentices will also be on hand to talk about their experiences with the program. For more information, contact the Career Development Coordinator at your school.