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Under AIM, Interface Joins Nonprofit Sector

AIM + Interface Web School

In January 2017, Interface Web School formally joined AIM — “an innovative not-for-profit community organization that grows, connects and inspires the tech talent ecosystem.” AIM and Interface Web School have enjoyed a very close working relationship over the past two years, making this a natural progression of our partnership. Interface Web School is just asContinue Reading

Omaha Joins White House TechHire Initiative

Omaha Joins 19 Other Communities in Today’s Announcement by the White House Dedicated to Support National Tech Talent Development and Retention Efforts Omaha has been chosen by the White House as one of 20 TechHire communities dedicated to creating pathways for more Americans to access well-paying tech jobs and expanding local tech sectors in communities across the country.Continue Reading

WordPress Course Leads to Productive Partnership for Educator and Developer

“I loved being in classes at the Flywheel offices,” said Spencer Putnam.  “There is something to be said for being in a class hosted by a company that does the work.” This Fall, Spencer graduated from the Interface Foundations + WordPress course and is currently supporting Foundations course students as a Course Experience Manager. The WordPress classContinue Reading

What’s Next? Interface Web School – A Year in Review

We are thrilled by the success we and our graduates have experienced in our inaugural year at Interface Web School and excited by the passion and support we’ve felt from the business, technology and non-profit communities.  This year we’ve seen valuable partnerships blossom and our graduates thrive in ways we could only imagine at thisContinue Reading