Business Professionals students learn skills necessary to be successful in today’s fast-paced business environment. Students are trained for a variety of office positions and gain “real world” work experience in their senior year.
Students have the opportunity to demonstrate their technical training in state competition and in career development activities. Career development includes job shadowing, internships or industry mentorship. By showing off their talents, students may qualify for state recognition, scholarships or advanced employment opportunities.
- Personal Finance
- Document formatting
- Computer applications
- Microsoft Office 2016
- MOUS certification
- Internet proficiency
- Communication skills
- Office procedures
- Hypertext markup language
- Employability skills
- Professional certifications opportunities for students to further education
- Associate’s degree in Administrative Management
- Articulation with Hocking College
Administrative office assistant, Customer service representative, Legal office assistant, Bank teller/clerk, Medical office assistant, Receptionist/secretary, Word processor, Dental office assistant, Bookkeeper, Accounting clerk, Payroll clerk.