Fast Track Professional Bookkeeping with Quickbooks

  • Mon, October 03, 2022
  • Fri, November 25, 2022
  • online



Professional Bookkeeping with QuickBooks

Class Dates: October 3—November 25, 2022*
Tuition: $3,000 (Grant funding opportunities available with registration)

Master QuickBooks Online to prepare for a rewarding career in the booking field. You will learn basic bookkeeping and accounting principles, including the types of accounting information you, the business owner, manager, bookkeeper, or accountant, need to monitor. You'll then put all those principles into practice using QuickBooks Online to enter and track your finances with ease.

With this online version, you get all the advantages of computing in the cloud so that your files will be available to you virtually anytime, anywhere.

This 8-week* program includes:

• 100 hours of online training

• Textbooks

• One-year access to QuickBooks Online

• Interactive sessions and real-world simulations

• Assistance with grant opportunities to cover tuition

• Access to communication with qualified instructors

• Certification fees for the Quickbooks Certified Users Exam

• Assistance with job placement

• Access to NCMC facilities and learning resources

Registration Deadline: Monday, September 19, 2022.

* Completion time may vary per student

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Local Program Consultant, Shiloh Slomsky

Hello, my name is Shiloh Slomsky. I am a mother, consultant, advisor, lecturer, and lifelong philomath. I hold a Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Lake Superior State University, and Master’s in Public Administration from Central Michigan University.

Since childhood, I’ve had a desire to help the world around me. This led to the foundation of my first non-profit by age 12 and a career centered on passing it forward. Over the last few years, I have founded or advised hundreds through the business or non-profit ideation corridor, helped facilitate over $150M in community investment projects, developed and taught culture inclusive business models, and was honored to lead an all women team and first non-profit through the Stanford Center for Professional Development Global Innovation Catalyst. (I also snuck off to travel or find nature with my family as much as possible).

During my career, I’ve been honored to be called professor, teacher, coach, mentor, and team member. (Much in thanks to all those I have called the same). I specialize in construct ideation, multifaceted community and inter-governmental initiatives, DEI commerce, and fiduciary structure and compliance. My cliental includes tribal/non-tribal government entities, educational institutions, for/non-profit organizations, and those who could benefit from a friendly communal hand. (In short, serendipity led me to a road where I get to be a sage following their passion for compassion and helping uplift the lives of others).

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