AcademyX Computer Training Becomes Google Certified Partner

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AcademyX achieved Google Partner status, gaining recognition as a trusted business partner. The computer training company continues to broaden the scope of opportunities for students and potential collaborators around San Francisco.

As of 2015, AcademyX Computer Training is a Google Certified Partner. Google recognizes the company as a trusted business partner because it demonstrates success using industry best practices. AcademyX aims to provide a larger range of opportunities for its students and partners in the Bay Area. The first of such collaborations is a connection between a Digital Marketing Boot Camp graduate and Project Night Night, a San Francisco based non-profit.

To learn more about the AcademyX Computer Training and the steps a company must take to join the Google Partners program, visit their website and read this informative article on the AcademyX blog: http://www.academyx.com/blog/?p=223.

Becoming a Google Partner means Stephen Fraga, the company’s CEO, has taken the necessary steps to become a certified expert using Google AdWords for Advanced Search. It also means the company now has a profile (https://www.google.com/partners/?hl=en-US#a_profile;idtf=3275886896) and badge to show its new status to potential customers. However, AcademyX Computer Training aims to do more with this accomplishment.

"We are very excited to be recognized by Google as a Certified Partner," said CEO Stephen Fraga. "This will allow us to offer many additional services to our existing customers as well as add to the services we can provide to our pro bono clients."

The computer training company holds classes for topics related to digital marketing, which has included web marketing boot camps. After learning about the Google Grants program for charities, AcademyX thought to connect students to local non-profits. Trainees receive bonus hands-on experience and San Francisco charities can benefit from advertising managed by students with extended training. The first non-profit to work with the company on this endeavor is Project Night Night, a cause that relies on donations to ensure homeless children can enjoy their Night Night packages.

The successful certification of the company as a Google Partner is a step towards success with the goal of bringing more students and charities together.

About AcademyX Computer Training
AcademyX provides hands-on, instructor-led training for Microsoft Office, Adobe, web design, and programming languages. The company has been delivering excellent courses in convenient, state-of-the-art facilities across California since 2000. Public enrollment classes are offered at branches in San Francisco, San Jose, Sacramento, and Los Angeles. You can see their schedule and learn more at https://www.academyx.com.

About Project Night Night
Project Night Night donates over 25,000 Night Night Packages each year, free of charge, to homeless children who need childhood essentials. By providing objects of reliable comfort, Project Night Night reduces trauma and advances the emotional and cognitive well-being of children. You can learn more about this San Francisco based charity by visiting http://www.projectnightnight.org.

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