Enloe High School

Career Services

WELCOME to the Enloe High School

Career Services webpage!!!

Here at Enloe, our mission is to help our students explore career possibilities and prepare them for success in both college and potential careers.

Ms. Perry-Pittman, our Career Development Coordinator, will be glad to discuss any of the career development services available for students at Enloe High School. Services consist of things like internships, job shadowing, finding part time employment, career assessments, resume writing, interviewing skills and much more. These opportunities prepare students to make knowledgeable career choices through academic rigor and work-based learning experiences.

Career Counseling Services

News from Career Services

SENIORS!!!! Are you interested in becoming a Paramedic at Wake County EMS??? Interested in an EMS Paid Apprenticeship??

Attend a monthly information session on the 2nd Monday of each month.

Where: Wake County Emergency Services Education Center; 221 S. Rogers Lane; Suite 160, Raleigh NC 27610

Time: 6:00 pm

Contact Information: Jake Hardison, Training Chief


Interested in a Career in Dentistry????

Join this FREE 2-part module that introduces the learner to the dental profession by discussing the dental team and explaining their roles and responsibilities. The learners will also gain knowledge of basic tooth anatomy, proper oral hygiene practices and will learn the core aspects of why oral hygiene is important. In addition, there's an optional at home experiment to enjoy. By the end of the module, learners will have a clear understanding of the dental profession as well as, a roadmap that outlines the necessary steps needed to become a dental professional. Click Here for Registration Information

Interested in Earning $$$'s while Getting a Paid Education AND on the Job Training:


NCTAP is an apprenticeship program designed to develop experts needed in the modern workforce. The program, based in North Carolina’s Triangle area, focuses on integrated basic training which develops technical, methodological, and social skills. The core training program utilizes a hands-on approach to develop skills across a wide range of disciplines.

Starting in the 11th grade of high school, this 4-year program is divided into modules, with classes leading to an Associate’s Degree (AAS) in Mechanical Engineering Technology or Automotive Systems Technology at Wake Tech Community College or Mechatronics Engineering Technology at Vance Granville Community College and paid, on-the-job training at participating Triangle employers.

**Wake Works

WakeWorks® Apprenticeship offers an extraordinary opportunity to get paid while gaining nationally-recognized skills and professional credentials. Start your career today in one of several high-demand industries. From automotive systems technician, to EMT, to telecommunications tower technician, check our growing list of apprenticeship programs.

If you are interested in either apprenticeship program, contact Ms. Perry-Pittman for more information

Career Development Coordinator

Ms. Antoinette Perry-Pittman

Email: aperry-pittman@wcpss.net

Phone Number: 919-856-7918, ext. 24700

Office Hours: Monday-Friday: 7:30 - 3:00

Appointments Are Available.

If you would like to book a time to meet with Ms. Perry-Pittman, please use the link provided below. Appointments can be booked in 30 minute increments.

ALL STUDENTS must use their WCPSS student email address when setting up an appointment. A confirmation email will be sent once the appointment is set.