Money & Business will provide you with the skills and knowledge to get you where you want to go whether it is in the high demand career field of banking, starting your own small business, or continuing on to post-secondary education. The broad-based curriculum utilizing project-based learning focuses on teller operations, customer service, business planning, accounting, 10-key calculator operations, personal money management, computer skills, and job search techniques. Students have the opportunity for hands-on experience through community internships as well as in the campus branch of our business partner, North Coast Credit Union.
This is a year-long program (September - June) running daily from Monday through Friday for 2.5 hours per day.
High school students may earn the following credit equivalencies for the school year: 1.0 Technical Mathematics, 1.0 Business English, 1.0 Occupational Education. See your high school counselor for details. Students successfully completing this program may earn up to 22 college credits through the Tech Prep articulation process. Students may also earn a Banking Services I Micro-Certificate from Skagit Valley College by successfully completing all necessary Academy course work.Students must provide their own transportation to internships.For more details, contact the program instructor, Mr. Jarom Twitchell, at 360-848-0706 ext. 4034 or email@example.com.Course Documents: