22 ECC students earn Microsoft Certifications
Friday / December 15, 2017
Twenty-two Ellsworth Community College students earned a Microsoft Certification for the Fall 2017 semester. Microsoft certification is a valuable credential recognizing the desktop computing skills needed to use the full features and functionality of the software. The certification promotes academic preparedness and workforce readiness for students.
The Microsoft certifications are free, through the Microsoft Imagine Academy grant, to students who take ECC Computer Applications classes. The Microsoft Imagine Academy gives students an opportunity to sharpen their skills and gain industry-recognized certification, which gives them a competitive advantage when applying for jobs.
ECC is a Microsoft-approved testing center and state-approved Microsoft Imagine Academy. The college offers certification exams for Word, Word Expert, Excel, Excel Expert, Access, PowerPoint and Outlook.
Computer Applications instructor, Janet Siert, is a Microsoft Authorized Instructor. These ECC students earned the following Microsoft Certifications this year:
Microsoft Office – Excel: Peter Savrides, Faith Aruwan, Adam Walter, Alexandra Larsen, Nathaniel Hulbert, Madison Dennis, Christina Clarke and Bret Sherkenbach.
Microsoft Office – Word: Joshua Ralph, Melody Mores, Jena Gerot, McKalee Eisentrager, Noah Guzman, Ben Steinfeldt, Reed Collins, Ben Scadden, Ronda Richardson, Noelle Hines and Alianna Holliday.
Microsoft Office – PowerPoint: Joshua Ralph, Kristina Dempster and Madison Dennis.
For more information regarding Microsoft Office Certification, computer classes, or registration, contact ECC Admissions at 641-648-4611