The Office Administration program prepares you to work in a business environment providing administrative support. You will become proficient in the Microsoft Office Suite, which means you will be able to generate reports, professional letters and memos; organize data in charts and tables; manage, organize and store files; create marketing materials; and build dynamic slide presentations. Because administrative specialists often work one-on-one with customers and stakeholders, you will learn effective speaking, listening and writing skills.
Career opportunities include: Administrative Assistant, Clerical Supervisor, Customer Service Representative, Data Entry and Information Processing, Information and Records Clerk, Office Manager, Receptionist, Teller, Ordering Agent, and Transcriptionist.
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