Business and Information Technology Division
Program Coordinator: Nathaniel N. Williams
Ofﬁce Telephone: (845) 574-4493
Adjunct Faculty: Paul Dixon, Ann Durkin, Jody H. Mager, Richard Syrek
Computers equipped with the latest word processing, spreadsheet, desktop publishing, database, presentation software, project management, and professional information management software are used daily by most office professionals.
In addition to learning technological skills, the Office Technologies curriculum also focuses on the soft skills. Now more than ever, because of alternative work arrangements and the virtual office, office professionals need to possess excellent oral and written communication skills, organizational ability, and superior interpersonal skills.
No matter where your interest lies, office professionals are employed in organizations of all types and sizes. Positions are available in fields such as legal, medical, entertainment, financial services, communication, retail, education, real estate, and government agencies. Whether you are interested in an entry-level position or in upgrading your skills, Office Technologies is an excellent investment and a wise career choice.