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Excel is the OG of the no-code movement.

Microsoft Excel, the 1980s granddaddy of no-code empowers people to program computers in a visual interface. Anytime you write a formula in a spreadsheet, you’re programming, or “coding,” a computer. 

No-code is code | TechCrunch

Free beginner/intermediate Excel trainings are available this Thursday and Friday.

Beginner | Thursday, Sept. 9 | 3:00 – 7:00pm

Intermediate | Friday, Sept. 10 | 9:00am – 1:00pm (Includes Pivot Tables and V-Lookups)

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All CSUF students have free access to Excel.

Mastering Excel can improve your startup, increase your hireability, amp up your earning potential, and raise your grades.

The program can be a dream come true once you’re familiar with it, or a nightmare if you’re getting lost in a tangle of numbers and text that have seemingly gone awry.

Mastering Excel can increase your hireability quotient and amp up your earning potential | VentureBeat

Get a headstart on your classes and your career. Take this free course!

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Making you better at your job no matter what it is

About this event

Microsoft Excel Training for OCLA Students & Workforce Tickets

Microsoft Excel skills can significantly boost your employability and career potential while also serving as a tool for personal use such as in creating budgets, managing lists, organizing contacts, and more. Excel is a universal tool for personal and professional development and this is your opportunity to receive training at no cost to you. OC/LA accounting and business students (high school and college) and regional workforce who wish to learn, refresh, or upskill are invited to register for one or both of the training sessions below.

Beginner | Thursday, Sept. 9 | 3:00 – 7:00pm

Intermediate | Friday, Sept. 10 | 9:00am – 1:00pm (Includes Pivot Tables and V-Lookups)

Those who attend will receive a Certificate of Attendance for each session completed. You must attend the full training to receive the certificate. Registration is required for one or both of the Excel trainings . Must have access to a computer and Microsoft Excel. Add the ticket for each training you would like to attend. You will receive your Zoom link the week of the training.

For more information please contact:

Dr. Cathleen Greiner, Regional Director, Business & Entrepreneurship, Orange County – cgreiner@cypress.edu

Judy Fox, Regional Director, Business & Entrepreneurship, Los Angeles Region – jfox@cerritos.edu

This training is brought to you by the Regional Directors of the Business & Entrepreneurship Sectors for the Orange County and Los Angles Regions in collaboration with Brandon Eng, ExPrep CEO and Training Facilitator, and is powered by California Community Colleges.


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Facilitator: Brandon Eng, Co-Founder and CEO, ExPrepBrandon is the CEO & Co-Founder of ExPrep. ExPrep is a spreadsheet automation platform and Microsoft Excel training application. Conceptualizing the idea in 2014 at Syracuse University and a few hundred dollars in startup costs, ExPrep has grown to reach thousands of students across the country in nearly 40 states with opportunities to work with multiple Fortune 500 companies. www.excelpreparation.com