Business & Office Technology Careers
"Job growth among computer support specialists reflects the rapid evolution of technology. As computers and software become more complex, support specialists will be needed to provide technical assistance to customers and other users."
"Secretaries and administrative assistants today perform fewer clerical tasks and are increasingly taking on the roles of information and communication managers. Opportunities should be best for applicants with extensive knowledge of software applications."
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Our instructors are business experts who provide realworld training. Curriculum is designed with input from Seattle area industry professionals to include skills that employers are looking for. In addition to technical skills, students learn communication, customer service, and the business expertise needed to work in both large corporations and small independent companies.
Seattle Central Community College has two distinct programs of study for those interested in working in today's high-tech business world
Learn how to troubleshoot computer problems, install computer software and hardware, and support computer users
Get the skills needed in communication, information technology, customer service, administration, and management to become an office expert.
Update your skills in just a few months by taking a one– to two–quarter Business Information Technology office support certificate program.