eSchoolView Student Web Design and Development Scholarship Deadline Approaching
Attention High School Seniors - don't miss out on the opportunity to be awarded the eSchoolView Web Design and Development Scholarship! The February 1st deadline is quickly approaching but there is still time to register to be the recipient of one of the eight scholarships.
Columbus, OH, January 21, 2015 (Newswire.com) - eSchoolView is a dynamic education software company based in Columbus, Ohio that develops software for schools. Their extensive product line provides schools with affordable solutions to meet their engagement and communication needs.
At eSchoolView scholarships are an essential part of the Investing In Our Future program. The program was established to dedicate more than $35,000 toward helping students develop 21st century skills, prepare for the future, and help define their career path. In addition to awarding scholarships, the program teaches coding to middle school students and provides internship opportunities.
The Web Design and Development Scholarship is available to any high school senior interested in pursuing graphic design, web design, or web development. Students that enter the contest will be required to develop a new website with a homepage and one interior page. The website should be related to a school class or club and needs to reflect a collaborative effort between a client and the student as the developer. The client can be a teacher, an administrator or a professional in the field. A full list of the eSchoolView scholarship requirements is available here.
eSchoolView’s Web Design and Development Scholarship helps students focus on a career path by simulating a true work environment where students are required to design and develop a website for a client.
A third-party panel of judges who are professionals in the field will review all scholarship submissions. Each application is graded using the same scoring rubric.
Don’t miss out - register today for the eSchoolView Web Design and Development Scholarship. If you have any questions, please email the scholarship coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.