Learn Front End Development at General Assembly

Ever wished you were genuinely good at being on a computer?  Didn’t shrink into the kitchen in embarrassment when a cohort mentioned CSS? HTML? Javascript? Sick of being the person who decorates the internet, rather than the one who builds it? General Assembly are here to help. And best of all, they’re willing to give us Enternship types £1000 in scholarships…

We’ve all had days when we look at student prodigies turned billionaire entrepreneurs like Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs and think, “Hey, I could do that!” While the road is long and winding, there’s one very good place to start. If you want to leap into the world of technology and launch your own business, basic programming skills are essential.

To fuel your ambition, the London campus of General Assembly is offering a 10-week course on front-end web development this winter. The intensive introductory course will help you build fluency in HTML, CSS and Javascript so you can understand web development best practices, build your own prototypes, and launch websites that people love to use.

If you’re looking to build your own website and start out 2013 with new coding skills, General Assembly London is here to help. Exclusively for Enternships members, GA is awarding £1,000 scholarships* towards its upcoming front-end web development course. 

To enter, visit this site and write 200 words or less answering the questions: “What excites you? What inspires you? And what gets you out of bed in the morning?” Entries are due by Sunday, 9th December at 12:00PM. 

*The scholarship brings the cost of the course down to £1,500 for 10-weeks of instruction. Classes meet bi-weekly from 6-9pm in the evenings on Mondays and Wednesdays in Clerkenwell. More details here.

By Courtney Boyd Myers

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