• The OFFICE OCCUPATIONS program provides a diversified learning environment designed to prepare students to succeed in the business community. First year students study career planning, interviewing skills, resume writing, conflict resolution, problem solving, office support, management, personal finance, business concepts and participate in oral
    presentations. Second year students study business from a management perspective with an emphasis on understanding the roles of employees, managers, and owners. Accounting, business law, entrepreneurship, financial decision making, marketing, the use of credit, investments and insurance are also included in the second year.
    Additionally, students will learn to incorporate real world-based computer skills with their business career studies. The computer curriculum includes keyboarding, computer theory, Microsoft Office Software (word processing, spreadsheet, database and organizer), PowerPoint (presentation) and Quickbooks (record keeping).