Office Professionals coordinate office, clerical and administrative support staff. They assist managers and direct office activities in virtually every sector of the economy. After allocating work assignments and issuing deadlines, office and administrative coordinators oversee the work to ensure that it is on schedule and meets established quality standards. In addition, they provide assistance to management, facilitate meetings, coordinate the preparation of documentation, as well as represent the company in many settings.
General Program Information
The Office Professional Programs prepare students for employment in offices within a variety of industries. Courses include computer application skills; general office organizational skills; management skills; written, verbal, and nonverbal communication skills; public and human relation skills and techniques for professional success. In addition, the student will gain a background in general education
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- Local, state and federal agencies
- Hospitals and doctors' offices
- Schools and colleges
- Temporary agencies
- Business management companies
- Administrative Assistant
- Office Coordinator
- Office Manager
- Executive Assistant
- Office Secretary
- Executive Secretary
- Office Clerk