The Clark College Business Software program offers students training in computer literacy while providing hands-on training with industry-standard software applications used in business environments.
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Hands-on Training with Current Business Software
Business operations rely on efficient systems to meet market demands. A trained workforce must be able to comfortably operate existing business applications and technology while learning to adapt to new technology.
At Clark, our business software programs focus on the technological changes occurring in the workforce and provide students with hands-on learning on current software applications.
We encourage all interested students to consult with an academic business advisor for recommended course and program planning.
Employment opportunities for Information Specialists exist in a variety of formats: member service representative, clerk specialist, office assistant, and receptionist.
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, employment projections forecast information specialist jobs growing at a rate of 13%, with a median wage in the Portland-Vancouver area estimated at $14.41 per hour.