Recode is hosting a web development internship for anyone who’s considering a career in web development.
We’ve compiled a list of local web developers who might be interested in getting a look at how you can apply to get your first job as a web dev.
For those who haven’t heard of the Cincinnati Web Development Enthusiast Network (CWEN), it’s a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing the number of people who can build websites and applications for the Internet.
The organization works with companies to connect them with qualified individuals with web development experience, and the fellowship is a great way to gain experience as a developer.
The deadline to apply is April 19.
Applicants can apply online or through an online application.
The CWEN is a non-profit, so the fellowship requires that participants are actively participating in the organization’s events, meet the organization standards, and are in good standing.
There are three different categories of web development internships: web development apprentice, web developer process (cincinnati), and web developer apprenticeship.
The Cincinnati Web Developer Enthusisast Network offers web development training, technical workshops, mentoring, and networking opportunities.
For more information on applying for the Cincinnati web developer internship, check out Recode’s website.