Picture yourself as part of a team building a website for the next blockbuster movie or working with the design and development team building a mobile web app that will change the way people interact with the world around them. Well-designed websites are a key for the success of any business today and you can be part of building the next amazing online experience.
An associate website developer works with the marketing and graphic design teams to build and maintain websites. They focus on web interfaces and user interactions throughout the development application life cycle. In addition to building sites, this role also works on testing, troubleshooting and developing new features to enhance existing web sites. The internet is constantly growing and changing, making those on the web development team critical to an organization’s success.
What makes NuPaths an excellent choice to help build the skills needed to take advantage of the high demand for tech employees?
Industry Recognized Certifications
You will learn the skills necessary to earn the industry certifications employers are looking for
Learn the foundational technology skills to start a career as an Associate Website Developer
Earn college credits to pursue a degree in the future
Job Search Assistance
Connect with employers and receive job search, resume writing and interview prep support
Develop the communication, critical thinking, and emotional intelligence skills to be an effective member of an organization
Faculty from Industry
Gain real world experience by learning from instructors who work in the industry
Don't let the cost of tuition hold you back from starting an exciting career in tech. NuPaths is here to help. We actively seek partnerships and grants to assist with tuition costs. You may also be eligible for funding support through workforce development boards, certain employers, and tuition loans.
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