Developer Internship With Live Out: The Outdoor Social Network

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Description

Are you looking for an exciting programing internship working with a high level developer and team of creative, hard working entrepreneurs? Interested in working from home, setting your own hours, and helping to build a new social networking web app?

Live Out is seeking web developers to work remotely. This position is unpaid, but offers exceptional resume-building and networking opportunities for those seeking hands on experience.

Description
The intern will have the opportunity to demonstrate and sharpen their skills in HTML, CSS, and PHP while working closely with our front-end designer, Creative Director and Senior Developer to assist in the development of our web application, landing pages, and blog.

Desirable Skills

Intermediate experience using HTML, CSS, PHP, MySQL, JavaScript and jQuery
Working experience in CodeIgniter Framework***
Familiarity with responsive web design & mobile web development
Working knowledge of WordPress
Basic database access; e.g. SQL
Excellent eye for detail & best coding practice
Healthy dose of common sense and a willingness to learn new things

Advantages
Opportunities to develop your skills under the mentorship of our Senior Developer and Creative Director
Ability to apply your skills and education to live projects while gaining real world experience
Work from comfort of your home
Set your own hours
No soul-crushing office maintenance work

Note: Development on Live Out is an ongoing process. As we continue to grow and add new features to our portal, we will be looking for more full-time developers. So while this is currently an unpaid position, we are staged for growth over the course of the next year and will be looking to hire from within.

For more information, please email internships@liveout.org.

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