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2016 Year in Review

Interface Web School has had an amazing year! Check out our infographic below to find some cool stats and incredible milestones.

Get a Free National Career Readiness Certification at Interface Web School

Interface School is excited to announce that we are providing a new career readiness resource to our students and graduates.  Interface will be providing the National Career Readiness Certification (NCRC), a career readiness assessment developed by ACT and coordinated by Metropolitan Community College. This assessment focuses on the participant’s skill set as it relates to appliedContinue Reading

How to Turn Interface Courses into a College Degree

“Tech isn’t going anywhere – it’s going to continue to grow and explode.” – Shonna Dorsey On the 50th anniversary of Bellevue University, Dean Mary Dobransky of the College of Science and Technology met with Shonna and me for a quick chat about our new credit transfer partnership and the future of the tech communityContinue Reading

Interface Named Small Business of the Month by Greater Omaha Chamber

Interface Web School is honored to be named Small Business of the Month for September 2016 by the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce! We had a blast filming a short video to talk about what Interface does for the community as well as introducing some of our team members that have contributed to Interface’s success.Continue Reading

Interface Web School Co-Founder, Shonna Dorsey Wins National Recognition from InformationWeek

Omaha, Neb. (May 5, 2016)  — Entrepreneur and educator, Shonna Dorsey was honored by InformationWeek on Tuesday at its Elite 100 conference in Las Vegas. Dorsey, who is the Managing Director and Co-founder of Interface Web School in Omaha, was selected as the winner in the Women in Technology category. Other finalists in that categoryContinue Reading

From Welder to Web Developer

It’s not everyday that you meet a web developer who knows how to weld, but that’s exactly the case with Will Landolt. “I really like creating things from scratch,” said Will, A 2009 graduate of Roncalli High School. He explained that welders use blueprints and have to figure out how to construct a project. It’sContinue Reading

Proposals for Java Course Projects Now Being Accepted!

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,Continue Reading

From the Desk of the CIO of Boys & Girls Clubs of the Midlands, Nancy Williams

Note from Interface Web School’s Managing Director, Shonna Dorsey: The following post is from my mentor, friend and colleague – Nancy Williams, CIO of Boys & Girls Clubs of the Midlands. Interface and Boys & Girls Clubs of the Midlands are partnering to develop a program called the Midwest STEM Academy. In this post, Nancy sharesContinue Reading

Nonprofit Project Partner Info

The Interface Web School team is excited to continue to work with nonprofit organizations to develop web applications during the 10 week web developer training program. Check out two web applications developed by student teams during the spring 2014 session. Keep in mind, most of our students had no prior web programming experience: DIBS DoContinue Reading