Hi, I called my local community college to see if I could apply as a volunteer for their faculty training department.
But something better happened: The staff member told me that they might consider an opening for a part-time paid position.
I'm thrilled but also nervous as well because the job presents a lot of unknowns. The only thing I know is what the department does: providing an online multimedia curriculum to help professors and employees become better at their jobs, web services, itunes U and seminars.
I did not find an online job description and during the interview the director will tell me what my responsibilities are. A good sign is that the staff member I spoke to asked if I was beginner or intermediate and after sending my resume they know that I am just out of college. It seems that they are not really looking for someone with years of experience.
- Have you guys worked for a college as a front-end web developer?
- What was the experience like and what was the learning curve?
- Did they train you?
- Were most of your duties front-end or back-end?
- How can I prepare for the interview?