Web Design/Development Unpaid Internship (One month duration)
English FastForward Language Learning Center - Toronto, ON

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Are you a self-motivated & dedicated web design student who is looking for that initial opportunity to show someone what you can do with your web development knowledge and skills? If so, English Fast Forward would love to connect with you.

We are seeking an entry level Web Designer/Developer Intern to develop a new branding concept for our website while ensuring strong optimization and functionality. As part of the internship, you will be able to apply the skills and knowledge you have acquired throughout your education in the development and delivery of graphic and web design practices. The main objectives of this position are to layout and publish a social network service, as a separate section of our official website. This interactive virtual “community” must enable members to share data – such as files, photos, text, etc., as well as to allow them to communicate in text-based chat rooms and forums, and via voice, video text or avatars. Therefore, if you have a knack for design and online development, we would love to see it in action.

This is an excellent opportunity for the right person! The duration is one month, with possibility of extension if necessary.
While we cannot offer pain compensation at this time, we can offer other perks such as:
*Working from home majority of the time
*A very short work week
*References and a Certificate of Recognition
*The opportunity of a lifetime

Please apply by replying to this add, with a copy of your resume attached.

Qualifications required:
- A diploma or degree in graphic design/illustration, or one in progress. We will also consider individuals without a degree but with self-taught, proven experience.
- Be familiar with Skype, FaceTime, and/or Google Hangouts as you'll need to be in contact with us when you're working from the comfort of your home!
- Not afraid to ask questions or to make suggestions. We have a very open environment.