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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

Welcome Karen Sullivan to the Interface Team!

We are excited to welcome Karen Sullivan to the Interface team! Karen has been interested in programming ever since she had to develop a bird call program in her college zoology class. Since then, she has received a Bachelor’s in Computer Information Systems from Bellevue University. She has worked in many different parts of theContinue Reading

JumpstartLabs – Training + Internship Program Candidates Announced!

Today, final JumpstartLabs candidates were selected and announced. JumpstartLabs is a new training and internship program supported by Nebraska Department of Labor’s CONNECT Grant in partnership with Interface: The Web School, and BCom Solutions. The final group of candidates includes single parents, retirees and career transitioners. We are excited to welcome this group of talented andContinue Reading

New benefit for Students and Grads – Free National Career Readiness Certificate Exam

Starting May 24 – Interface will be offering monthly opportunities for current students and graduates to take the National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) Exam in partnership with Heartland Workforce Solutions and Metropolitan Community College. NCRCs are recognized by over 10,000 employers in 30 states across the US. Upon completion of this exam, you will receive a nationallyContinue Reading

Stay-At-Home Mom Reboots Career in Tech with Interface

by Katrina Markel “Interface gave me a chance to prove that I’ve still got it.” – Danisha H. Prior to becoming a stay-at-home, Danisha had ten years of experience as a technical writer at big-name companies, but despite being a seasoned pro who kept up with industry developments, Danisha still needed a way to jumpstart her career. “I’veContinue Reading