Prospective Student Guide

A Fit for ALL Career Paths


Finding a job in today's highly competitive workforce requires more than a high school education. Enoree Career Center and the Greenville County School District are committed to graduating students with a diploma, plus a technical certification and/or college credit through Graduation Plus, a district-wide initiative designed to ensure all students are career and college-ready. Whether your post-high school plans include attending Clemson, Furman, or South Carolina, joining the labor force, or enlisting to serve our country, Enoree has a high-wage, high-skill, high-demand program designed to help you stand out.

From engineering-based programs such as Mechatronics and Machine Tool Technology to service-related fields such as Firefighting and Law Enforcement, we offer programs that meet the needs of:

  • A student seeking a skilled trade career right out of high school
  • A student who plans to enlist in Military Service
  • A student wishing to attend a Technical school for an Associates Degree
  • A student with plans to attend a college or university for a Bachelor's Degree
  • A student planning to earn an advanced degree from a college or university

Opening Doors to College Opportunities


How can Enoree help to open doors to college opportunities?  Colleges and universities highly value students with a career and technology education background. Here are four resume and application-ready benefits for college-bound students who attend Enoree Career Center:

  1. Diverse Skill Set: Students with hands-on, technical skills bring diversity to college campuses. Their unique experiences and abilities can contribute to a well-rounded student body.
  2. Real-World Experience: Many colleges seek students who have practical, real-world experience. Graduates of career and technology programs often have a strong foundation, making them attractive candidates for further education.
  3. Work Ethic and Determination: Completing a two-year career and technology program demonstrates a strong work ethic and determination. These qualities are highly regarded by colleges when reviewing applications.
  4. Career Goals: Having a clear career goal and a foundation in a specific field can help students align their college education with their aspirations, making them more likely to succeed in their chosen majors.

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Access to Amazing College and Career Opportunities


Michelin Scholars Program

Designed by Michelin’s maintenance training team in collaboration with Greenville County Schools in South Carolina, the Michelin Youth Apprenticeship program provides a pathway for high school students to transition into Michelin’s Technical Scholars program. The program exposes high school students to advanced manufacturing careers in a variety of fields ranging from Engineering to Machine tooling. Michelin provides Technical Scholars with free tuition, fees, and books while they complete a skilled technical program at a community college; hourly pay for 20 hours of work per week in a Michelin facility; and eligibility for entry-level employment upon graduation, with starting salary projections around $56,000 or more.

BMW Scholars Program

The BMW Scholars Program allows students to attend class full-time at local two-year colleges while working part-time hours at BMW Manufacturing. Participation allows students to further their education while gaining valuable experience in a high-tech manufacturing environment and become potential candidates for full-time positions at BMW Manufacturing. Students will spend their time working and training in ONE of three designated program tracks: automotive, logistics, or technical.  The program also allows students to work in rotations between the manufacturing departments of the Body Shop, Paint Shop, and Assembly Shop. The starting wage is $14.50 per hour, and tuition assistance is provided each semester while in the program.


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(NOTE:  Credits earned will count as electives needed for the SC high school graduation requirements.  One of the credits earned may fulfill the CATE/Foreign Language requirement for SC high school graduation. Most 4-year colleges will NOT accept career center courses as a substitute for the foreign language college admissions requirement.