For the third consecutive year, Eastern Alamance High School is represented well in the Career Accelerator Program, a successful collaboration between the Alamance-Burlington School System and Alamance Community College.

The CAP program begins with a six week pre-apprenticeship from June 24 to August 9. Nine companies offered pre-apprenticeships to a total of 18 students. 

A total of four Eastern High students – seniors Darius Ray, Jackson Pitts, Jason Odekirk, and Jhordan Thomas were among those selected for the program. Ray will be working with Glen Raven, Pitts will be working with Jabil, Odekirk will be working with ECI, Intl, and Thomas will be working with Fairystone Fabrics. 

The Pre-apprenticeship is meant to prepare students to enter and succeed in registered apprenticeship. It is a trial period for both companies

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