The Florida Housing Coalition Inc. is a statewide nonprofit, comprised mostly of professionals with Masters in Urban Planning degrees, whose mission is to bring together housing advocates and resources so that everyone has a quality affordable home and suitable living environment.
The Florida Housing Coalition is seeking an Information Technology/Web Development Intern. This is an excellent opportunity to earn Academic Credit and gain valuable knowledge. The intern will work with staff to provide content for building new website; using some template information from existing website. An eye for design is preferred but not required. May coordinate with web designers to match visual design intent.
Experience with Adobe Dreamweaver is a plus and a working knowledge of at least 2 of these 4 languages is preferred: HTML5, CSS, ASPX, SQL
Experience in web design and programming.
Design, code and modify websites while meeting client specifications.
Write well designed, testable, efficient code.
Maintain, expand, and scale websites as needed.
Create website layout/user interface by using standard HTML/CSS practices.
Coordinate with web designers to match visual design intent.
Design, code and debug applications in various software languages.
Integrate data from various back-end services and databases.
Evaluate and identify new technologies for implementation.
This internship requires a candidate who is a versatile self-starter–willing and able to take on multiple roles. A successful applicant should have excellent organizational, planning and time management skills, an attention to detail, problem-solving skills and solid communication skills (written and verbal).
· Students can earn academic credit for this internship.
· This internship is offered during fall, spring, and summer semesters.
· Undergraduate or Graduate level student
· Major in Information Technology/Web Development
· G.P.A. – 2.5 minimum
This internship requires a candidate who is a versatile self-starter who is willing and able to take on multiple roles. A successful applicant should have excellent organizational, planning and time management skills, an attention to detail and problem-solving skills and solid communication skills (written and verbal).