The BJU yearbook staff (Vintage) is seeking a student to assist with developing the Vintage website.
Isaac Abrahamson, Vintage web editor, writes:
"This is a volunteer position. Working for the vintage is a fun way to interact with other students, put your skills to a practical use, and make something cool for the university. We don't do much first semester, but we would be expecting about 5-8 hours per week second semester.
As far as skills go, you could think of this as a junior frontend position. Most of what we are doing is PSD to HTML so they would just need to understand the basics of HTML and CSS. We would love to have underclassmen join us and learn more about web development and hopefully stick with the vintage throughout college. However, if there is an experienced upperclassmen that wants to join that would be great as well."
For more information, contact Isaac at email@example.com.