Students Transform Their Lives Through Year Up

Year Up, in partnership with Central Piedmont, equips young adults with the skills training to be career-ready and the opportunity to demonstrate their talent. After six months of training with both Year Up and Central Piedmont, Year Up students earn the opportunity to intern at a leading corporate company in Cyber Security, Project Management or Software Development roles. The internship phase of the program provides access to opportunity and experience needed to begin a meaningful professional career.

Current Central Piedmont and Year Up student, Arrick Rithiphong attests that “without Year Up, [he] would not have been exposed to the skills needed to thrive in [his] career choice”, now a successful Bank of America intern studying Cyber.

Year Up is a program that promises deserving, young adults like Arrick the opportunity to experience what it is like to work in the corporate environment. Take the first step in a life-changing opportunity!

Next steps:

  • Submit a two-minute interest form and select the Charlotte location.
  • Attend an Information Session.

Want More Information?

Through Year Up, young adults transform their lives and turn their talents into success.

Please email, call (704) 839-2490 or visit Year Up online.

Considering Careers in Social Media, Marketing, Internet, or Communications?

Social Media @ CPCC

Social Media @ CPCC

Students, are you considering a future career in Internet communications, new media, social media, journalism or marketing? If so, Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) may have a great volunteer or internship opportunity for you!

CPCC’s Community Relations and Marketing Services (CRMS) area is currently forming a team of student collaborators to develop its online and social media presence. We are seeking creative and energetic candidates to assist in creating engaging content, developing interactive media and building online communities. This is a great opportunity for you to gain hands-on experience and insights within your career track of choice.

This is an unpaid volunteer learning experience offered to a limited number of qualified career-seeking college students. Candidates from Charlotte area colleges and universities will be considered. Through CPCC’s Co-Operative Education program, some CPCC students may also be eligible for college credit.

For more information or to apply for this opportunity, email Applicants please include your full name, contact information and a resume.