Office Technology

Skilled, technologically sophisticated office workers are in high demand. According to the U. S. Department of Labor, office technology workers “held about 4.1 million jobs in 2002, ranking among the largest occupations in the U.S. economy”. Office technology jobs are available in organizations of every type, including education, health care, government, retail businesses, manufacturing, and construction. More and more organizations are seeking employees who are skilled in computer knowledge, diversity, teamwork approach, communication skills, interpersonal skills, and the Internet to meet the needs of dynamic businesses. Office Technology students receive training in the most commonly used business software applications, operating system, and computer peripherals.

MISSION

To produce graduates who can work and communicate successfully in a diverse and global work environment. To provide students with the ethics, computer skills, and interpersonal skills needed to be successful in their present and future careers.

PROGRAMS

 

PROGRAMS

 INSTRUCTORS

Vernnetta Brigley, Program Coordinator
Office: N-313
Phone: (409) 944-1336
Email: vbrigley
@gc.edu  
Updated 10/26/2010 - Content Author hnewkirk