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Continuing Education College and Career Readiness Courses are offered to prepare you for a career or teach you skills and information to enrich your leisure and lifestyle. Online health occupations and emergency service classes afford opportunities to prepare you to earn job-ready certificates. Credits for Continuing Education classes do not transfer to four-year colleges or universities. Finishing high school has just gotten a lot more convenient! Study for your Adult High School or General Educational Development (GED) diploma through CCCC’s College & Career Readiness distance education. Don’t worry about the cost – it’s free! No tuition or books to buy! For more information about this and other CCR programs, visit or contact a College and Career Readiness office: (919) 545-8663 in Chatham County, (910) 814-1123 in Harnett County, or (919) 777-7701 in Lee County. For more information about online Continuing Education classes, visit, or contact a Continuing Education office: (919) 545-8044 in Chatham County, (910) 814-8823 in Harnett County, or (919) 777-7793 in Lee County. ed2go The Continuing Education Department partners with Education To Go, a leading provider of online learning for adults, to make available a wide variety of classes from art to web technology and just about anything in between. All ed2go classes earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs), but do not transfer to colleges or universities. For more information, visit CCCC Mobile App Always have what’s happening at Central Carolina Community College in the palm of your hand by connecting with all these programs and other college resources through CCCC’s mobile app, available through, or at “Google play” or the “App Store.” 3

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