Give The Gift of Knowledge, A PC Professor Tuition Scholarship

If you would like to give the gift of knowledge and purchase a PC Professor class, here is the form to do so.  It can be used to give either a full or partial scholarship to the recipient of your choice, or, as an anonymous donation to cover the tuition of a student in need of financial assistance.

Not only will your recipient’s full class scholarship include a comprehensive course covering the desired material, but it also includes all books, tools, audit classes, practice time, library usage, phone support, and, in the case of our 100+ hour vocational classes, job placement assistance.  We have been offering such academic training, services and support services professionally since 1989 and look forward to working with you and/or your recipient.

They say that if you give a man a fish, he eats for a day; teach a man to fish and he eats for life.  A tuition scholarship to a PC Professor computer training class is a gift that will be remembered by your recipient for years to come and one which will allow him or her to benefit far more than most conventional gifts.

Gift certificates purchased from this page can be in any denomination and do not expire.  They are fully transferable, do not lose value and can be used for any of our instructor-led computer training classes.   Tuition certificates can be readily redeemed for any topic offered at either PC Professor of West Palm Beach or PC Professor of Boca Raton.

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