While Lee County Schools offers courses preparing students for many
exciting and rewarding careers, here are even more options you
can pursue locally through Central Carolina Community College.
Education and Training
Planning, managing and providing education and training services, and related learning support services.
A Few Sample Careers. Art Teacher, Child Care Specialist, Coach, Curriculum Developer, Dance Studio Operator, Educational Researcher, Elementary Teacher, Instructional Media Specialist, School Psychologist, Speech-Language Pathologist, Test Measurement Specialist, and Test Preparation Franchise Owner.
CCCC Programs. Early Childhood Education and Associate of Arts or Science: University Transfer.
Government and Public Administration
Planning and performing government functions at the local, state and federal levels, including governance, national security, foreign service, planning, revenue and taxation, and regulations.
A Few Sample Careers. Ambassador, Census Enumerator, Elected Official, Emergency Planner, Legislative Aide, Lobbyist, Military Officer, Policy Advisor, Public Relations Specialist, Tax Examiner, Vital Statistics Clerk, and Zoning Administrator.
CCCC Programs. Accounting, Business Administration, and Associate of Arts: University Transfer.
Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security
Planning, managing, and providing legal, public safety, protective services and homeland security, including professional and technical support services.
A Few Sample Careers. Corrections Counselor, Crime Scene Investigator, Customs Inspector, Firefighter, Forensics Examiner, Fraud Investigator, Grant Writer, Law Firm Partner, Paralegal, Police Officer, Private Detective, and Probation Officer.
CCCC Programs. Basic Law Enforcement Training*, Criminal Justice Technology, Criminal Justice Technology-Latent Evidence, Paralegal Technology, and Associate of Arts: University Transfer.
*Basic Law Enforcement Training has special requirements and requires a high school diploma before admittance.