take college-level coursework


Southeast Community College, in partnership with 58 school districts in Southeast Nebraska, are proud to offer high school students the opportunity to enroll in Southeast Nebraska Career Academy Partnership (SENCAP) which offers several Academies: Agriculture, Business, Construction, Criminal Justice, Education, Health Sciences, Information Technology, and Manufacturing in Energy and Welding.

Sophomores, juniors and seniors in high school will not only have the opportunity to take college-level coursework in a career field of their interest, but also have multiple opportunities to explore their career in a hands-on approach through job shadowing, field trips, professional speakers, and annual events highlighting resume building, mock interviews, and other worthy career-related activities when enrolled in the optional portfolio.

The program is designed for students to participate in SENCAP for two years with the intention of students earning college credit and preparing them for their future careers.

Students can take their SENCAP courses in a variety of formats: online, distance learning, or face to face. In addition to their college course, they will have a weekly portfolio assignment aimed to provide career education and exploration.

SCC has committed to waiving 65% of the student tuition and fees for their commitment and dedication to prepare for their career and post-secondary education. To find out what specific course are being delivered at your high school, call your SENCAP coordinator.



To reach The Career Academy, a partnership between SCC and Lincoln Public Schools, follow the link to The Career Academy website.