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Launch Day: June 12, 6p

Inaugural Launch Day

Interface: The Web School is gearing up to present the addition of some major rising stars to the Omaha tech community. The ratio is 10 to one tech jobs to qualified individuals. Interface aims to bridge that gap.

Interface Launch Day will be held at Lucky Bucket Brewing Company at 11941 Centennial Rd., Ste. 1 in LaVista on June 12th at 6:00pm. Join us for food, beverages and plenty of inspiration.

Launch Day

What is Launch Day?

Interface Launch Day is the day our students have been preparing for for months. After working tirelessly with a designated nonprofit, they have come up with some remarkable web applications to solve pressing technology and design needs for their organization. Three teams will present these web applications to a panel of esteemed judges for the grand prize, which is reimbursement of a portion of their tuition for our Advanced Web Courses.

Interface Launch Day will also include a public voting component so friends, family, community supporters and representatives of the nonprofit community can vote for their favorite application.

Who are the nonprofits?

Some of our students worked with Startup Genome – a website that gives community leaders or people just trying to network a comprehensive mapping of the local startup community in their area.

Others worked with the American Heart Association’s Omaha Sweethearts – a development program for select high school girls, which provides training in leadership, advocacy, community service and heart-healthy living.

The rest worked with Delivering Infinite Book Shelves (DIBS) – a program, which supports teachers in the Omaha area to ensure that every child is reading a book on their reading level, by themselves, every night.

Who are the students?

Because of our modular class format in full-stack development, students can be employed full time, attending college courses or stay-at-home parents.

In fact, our current class runs the gamut. We have a former professional poker player, a construction office manager, two stay-at-home mothers, a former welding student, college students and the founder of a nonprofit – most with very little prior web development experience.

Don’t miss it as Interface Web School adds some serious star power – our graduates – to the local tech community on Launch Day.

We hope to see you there! RSVP here.