Students are able to complete training and take the certification tests free of charge through the Microsoft Imagine Academy in Mrs. Holly Claborn's Digital Literacy classes at CCATC. These certifications are valuable because they help students become more knowledgeable in using Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. They also give students an advantage when seeking part-time employment while in high school and/or college. Students who earn 3 certifications (Word, Excel & PowerPoint) may be eligible to receive college credit. Further information is available at the ACE College Credit Recommendation website: www.acenet.edu or www.certiport.com. Clinton County Area Technology Center students earned a total of 27 MOS certifications at the end of the fall semester.
Pictured below are the students who passed the Microsoft Office Specialist Word certification last semester: Christy Sidwell, Jessica Burton, and Keilee Dalton.
Pictured below are the students who passed the Microsoft Office Specialist PowerPoint certification last semester: Cydney Sampson, Jackson Harlan, Keilee Dalton, Kendra Lee, and Makayla Cope.
Pictured below are the students who passed the Microsoft Office Specialist Excel certification last semester: Angela Davidson, Ashley Brummett, Charles Collins, Conlan Beck, Courtney Guthrie, Cydney Sampson, Isabelle Moons, Jackson Harlan, James Cecil, Jared Grant, Jessica Burton, Kaylee Stearns, Keilee Dalton, Kendra Lee, Makayla Cope, Melissa Johnson, Rhiannon Lovelace, Rosalina Perez, and Steven Grider.