Web Design Jobs Program For Students Created By DjO Design Group


Chicago, IL (PRWEB) October 25, 2012

DjO Design Group, a Chicago web design company, this day announced a program that gives students the opportunity to learn web design in a real world scenario. The program focuses on primary website design skills including content writing, graphic design, HTML, CSS and JavaScript development. More advanced subject matter like project management, marketing, search engine optimization, and server administration are also available.

Website design is constantly evolving and requires you to continuously educate yourself to compete in this industry, states Alex Delhaven, a senior member of the group. He added, What children learn this day is already mostly outdated by the time they enter the workforce. Thats why weve decided to help change that for a few lucky candidates.

The program will choose a handful of students who are interested and team them up with members of DjO Design Group. Students will engage in activities that instruct them the skills necessary to get a job after they graduate from school. An example of the activities include:

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