Why Choose NPC's Modern Office Technologies?
An area with lots of options for employment is Modern Office Technologies. Graduates of this NPC program can work as secretaries, administrative assistants, office clerks, receptionists and with further study – legal and medical secretaries. Duties for these positions may include greeting people as they enter, directing them to the people they need to see, producing written correspondence, typing, filing, entering data, bookkeeping, answering phones, forwarding calls, taking messages, making appointments and maintaining schedules. If you are organized and pay attention to details, have good oral and written communication skills, good time management skills and a strong sense of professionalism, working in a modern office may be the prefect job for you!
About Our Program
Large and small businesses alike all need skilled workers who are familiar with today's modern office equipment. They also need workers who possess strong business skills and can apply those skills to a wide range of tasks. NPC's Modern Office Technologies program will teach you a combination of skills such as Microsoft Office and Publisher, keyboarding and ten-key, business writing and proofreading, records management, customer service, bookkeeping and professionalism. You'll be taught by faculty who truly care about your success and will help you stand out to employers so you can obtain a good job.
Employment of secretaries and administrative assistants is projected to grow 12 percent through 2022. Many job openings will result from the need to replace workers who leave the occupation. Those with a combination of work experience and computer skills should have the best job prospects. The national median annual wage for secretaries and administrative assistants is $35,200. (SOC 43-6014, BLS, May 2015)
The U.S. Department of Education requires all colleges to disclose a variety of information for any financial aid eligible program that "prepares students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation." Gainful employment disclosure information can be found for specific programs regarding tuition and fees and median loan debt, completion and job placement rates, and jobs related to the program on the web page for each program area.
We hope this information is helpful to our current and prospective students as you make your career and educational choices. For more information on Gainful Employment requirements, please read this letter from the U.S. Department of Education (7-page PDF).
Information on all eligible NPC programs can be found in the Gainful Employment Data Archives.