On behalf of the WebProfessionals.org organization and members, we extend our warmest welcome!
Message from the President
Participating in a professional association is a great way for those just starting out in their careers such as students in Web Design, Web Development and Web Business to make connections with industry.
On behalf of the community supported WebProfessionals.org, the Web Professional Academy program and the SchoolofWeb.org initiative I’m happy to provide you with your first year of membership free of charge.
NOTE: This is a limited offer for Education Alliance and Web Professional Academy Partners
Please follow the membership link that applies best to you and we will contact you in a day or two.
As a member in the organization you can expect the following benefits:
We will help you asses your progress and Web professional knowledge, give you access to experts in the field to help you solve problems, and status to stand out in a crowd.
Support to help you Find a job
* You can get access to Free Jobs Postings on the # 1 Web Professional Job posting website WebProfessionals.Jobs.com
* Post your Portfolio on the Web Professional Directory at Webprofessional.org
* Exclusive or early notification of job opportunities
Get help when you need it
* We’ll provide regularly scheduled puzzlers and activities for you and your fellow students and instructors
* Learn about opportunities and challenges are in the Web industry
* Access to experts in the field and other members around the globe
We’ll help you Stand out in the Crowd
In this economy, most organizations can afford to hold out for the best.
Position yourself to be one of them!
As the President of a professional organization, Webprofessionals.org, I often hear about job opportunities directly from industry leaders and recruiters looking for their next Web Design or Development Rock-star or leader. They know that most of the people that regularly participate as members of the organization are passionate about their craft and are interested in staying at the front of the pack.
Like a number of not for profit professional associations we wear multiple hats and we could use your support. This means we’re thrilled for any assistance, particularly from a motivated professionals and students. Consider volunteering for a task that will help build your experience (writing an article for blog then put this on your resume as experience in your field.
Leverage the role
It’s perfectly acceptable–encouraged, in fact–to list volunteer work on your resume. Hiring managers look for meaningful volunteer experience and a true connection to your line of work when making decisions. Don’t be shy about touting what you’ve done with an influential group in your field.
Sign up for your FREE one year membership by following the appropriate link that applies to you below: