As part of our 15 week courses, students have the opportunity to build a dynamic and data driven website for a local nonprofit and we are now accepting project proposals for the Spring 2016 Java course!
We have partnered with organizations including University of Nebraska Medical Center – College of Public Health, Greater Omaha Chamber, AIM, Banister’s Leadership Academy and many others to develop applications and websites to assist them in achieving organizational goals from improving the customer experience to process automation.
One of our clients, Ellen Duysen, MPH with UNMC College of Public Health, had the following to say about her experience with us:
“A HUGE thank you goes out to the fabulous students and to Kent Smotherman instructor of the Interface Fall 2015 Java course for creating an impactful web resource for the UNMC Central States Center for Agricultural Safety and Health (CS-CASH) website.
This interactive site will guide agricultural workers to a “best choice” for respiratory protection, making a complicated decision much easier. It was TRULY a joy working with this team and I look forward to working with Interface again in the future, creating more important resources for our agricultural community.” – Ellen Duysen, MPH
Check out project scope requirements below and complete our project proposal form if this sounds like a good fit for your organization.
A suitable Interface Java Course project would meet these requirements:
While training with us, our students will build a dynamic website for a partner organization. The website can include a database containing changeable data to be displayed on the site which may be maintained by site administrators or captured from site visitors. Site features can include the following:
- Up to 5 tables of data
- Up to 5 dynamic web pages
Examples of dynamic web pages include:
- Contact form page that emails visitor message to hidden email
- Searchable calendar of events
- Searchable catalog of products and services
NOTE: All site graphics, content, videos and branding (including color schemes and fonts) must be provided by the client.
Think this type of project can benefit your organization? Complete a our short project proposal form to tell us more about you and your project. Proposals will be accepted through February 1 2016. Our final project selection will be announced on February 8.