The Executive Assistant program provides students with the knowledge and skills of an executive assistant. Responsibilities include coordinating, expediting, and facilitating functions of the office.
Students gain on-the-job training at local businesses and organizations ensuring students possess the skills necessary to successfully obtain a job as an executive assistant.
Students in the Business department can become members of International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP). Through the IAAP student chapter, students learn and practice leadership, teamwork, organization, and communication skills. The Victory Chapter of IAAP also awards qualifying student IAAP members scholarships each year.
Office technology programs offer flexibility. Many courses are also required in other business programs, allowing a student to double major or transfer into a different program. For more information, contact a program advisor.
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