It’s no secret the tech industry is booming. There’s serious money to be made and fun to be had working for some of your favorite digital companies like Google, Facebook, and companies others right here in Nebraska like Flywheel, Hudl, and Elevate. Now that we’ve got your attention, we get what you’re thinking, “Yeah, but this isn’t what my degree is in. Could I really drop everything and learn to code?” Let us be the first to answer that: yes, you can.
Mark your calendars.
Before you fill out another application for an entry-level position or head in to your job that’s “just okay”, hear us out. Interface Web School in Omaha begins classes to learn coding on August 10th and you don’t even have to know the first thing about programming a website to enroll. Come warm up to the idea and learn more about the program at our open house on August 3rd and see what the buzz is all about.
Relax, you got this.
Still unsure about attending? Look, taking the leap into coding may seem like you’re signing up to learn a foreign language. Java Script? HTML5? What’s that? Don’t worry! We’ll equip you with all the coding chops you’ll need and by the end of the course, their value will stick with you for life. Did we mention that you don’t have to leave your current gig to start the shift? Most students keep their full-time jobs while attending Interface, and classes meet three nights a week for 15 weeks, starting September 10 and wrap up November 20, 2015.
See you there!
By the end of this the course, you will not only be able to build a website from scratch, but will also be able to develop web applications. Ready to move into an exciting career building the web? Register for our open house and meet others just like you – new to the idea of coding, but ready to find out how to get started.
Here’s what else you’ll learn at the August 3rd open house:
- What will I be able to actually do after I take this course?
- What are the average salaries I can expect to make after I complete this program?
- What all is included in the $7,000 tuition (hint: a brand new MacBook is included!)
- What payment plans and financing options are available (hint: only a $1,500 down payment is needed to start the class!)?
- How is this course taught?
- Who is the instructor and what is the teaching style?
Graduate Testimonial, Dani R.
“Interface has helped me learn the server-side and database-side of web development in addition to expanding my knowledge of the front-side web development. I have also learned to think about and solve problems in ways I would not have been able to learn on my own. Don’t EVER give up on your dream, move forth like nothing is holding you back, and stick with people that encourage you to go after your dreams.”
– Spring 2015 Java student, Dani R., now a Systems Developer