Alamance Career Accelerator Program high school student apprenticeship program interest meetings set for November
Attention ABSS High School Students and Parents:
You are invited to attend an interest meeting about the Alamance Career Accelerator Program, a high school apprenticeship program available for high school juniors and seniors with 7 local businesses and Alamance Community College. The local businesses have developed a 4-year apprenticeship program that will offer a paid summer internship, combined with paid on-the-job training and a 2-year associates degree in advanced manufacturing from Alamance Community College, all paid for by the local company. In addition, at the end of the 4- year apprenticeship program, participating students will be offered a guaranteed job upon completion of the program.
Parents and students, please make plans to attend one of the 3 upcoming interest meetings to hear local industry representatives share more about this outstanding career opportunity combined with a 2-year college degree and hear from a current student apprentice.
For freshmen and sophomores, this is a great opportunity to learn about options available for you when you reach the 11th and 12th grades.
Meetings will be held in the auditorium on the Alamance Community College campus, beginning at 6:30 pm on
Take a few minutes to watch the Alamance CAP video and contact your Career Development Coordinator for more information.
ABSS Course Guide
The 2016-17 ABSS Course Guide is now available here.
SAT test administrations scheduled for Saturday, January 23 at Graham and Western High School have been postponed and rescheduled for Saturday, February 20 per the College Board.