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Are you interested in making a difference? Join us to create a pathway to the American Dream for underserved Americans.
Owning a Holt Computer Training Franchise is a great way to help train American workers. Holt Computer Training has been helping people get the computer skills that lead to certifications, college credits, and employment with livable wages since 1992. Our graduates are employed at Bank of America, Merrill, Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, and Fortune 500 law firms. Because of COVID, there is now a worker shortage and a tremendous need to help individuals return to the workforce. The demand for skilled computer workers and computer training continues to grow.
We are preparing future workers, communities, and businesses for hybrid workplaces.
Interested in owning a business and making a difference in the underserved community? You've come to the right place.
Franchise ownership of Holt Computer Training gives you the opportunity to provide IT training to corporations, individuals, military spouses, and underserved communities, enabling them to succeed in the workforce.
Why Choose Holt Computer Training?
Buying a franchise certainly comes with plenty of options. What makes Holt different? Our mission is to maximize employee productivity through corporate training, to provide military spouses with portable skills and placement assistance whenever they transfer, and to provide computer training that leads to a national certification, college credits, and employment that pays a livable wage to underserved communities.
As the owner of a Holt Computer Training Franchise, you have the freedom to be your own boss and control your financial future while also making a positive difference in underserved communities.
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NOTE: This web page does not constitute a franchise offering or an offer to sell a franchise. A franchise offering can be made by us only in a state if we are first registered, excluded, exempted, or otherwise qualified to offer franchises in that state, and only if we provide you with an appropriate franchise disclosure document.