Lesson 18 - Final Presentation
homework due this week
The presentation will be held in our classroom on
12/17. We will begin with client feedback, then proceed
to the Project Manager discussion, then the Designers review
and finally the Programmers Roundtable.
As the class ends you may be considering what to do next.
I recommend you consider these 4 options.
1. Continue taking classes so you may receive your certificate
2. Apply for a certificate
3. Contact Bev Henningsen the Intern Coordinator to set
up an internship
4. Contact Suzanne Papa our Certificate Placement counselor
to apply for an entry level job.
Web Certification Course Information
For a complete list of classes which are required for the
various certificates visit the
Web Development certificate site.
Certificate Application Information
To apply for a certificate go in to the Admissions and
Records department on either the Petaluma or Santa Rosa campuses.
They will ask you for
your full name, your
social security # and the names of the certificates you are
applying for. A and R will then fill out a certificate application
card for each certificate you are requesting. These cards
along with your transcripts are sent to me. After I sign
the department chair signs them and they are reviewed by
A and R.
If the certificate is approved you will be sent the certificate
within 6 weeks of applying, if it is rejected you will be
sent a note explaining why the certificate was not granted.Over
the summer this process may take quite a bit longer since
I will not be teaching and will not be on campus.
You may apply for several certificates at the same time.
There is no cost for this service.
Contact Information for the Internship Program
To learn more about the internship process from your classmates
visit this Web site and read the Intern
Contact Information for Certificate Job Placement
Content for these teaching materials were developed by Linda Hemenway.
If you have questions or comments on the material I can be contacted through
Web site design by Jessica Hirsch - email@example.com
Funding for these notes provided by Project FIVE and Project
PICTS supervised by Doug Garrison - Dean of the Petaluma Center.
This course is a core requirement for several Web Development Certificates.
Learn more at the Web Certification
The CIS Department offers courses in the following areas: computer basics,
applications, graphics, web development, productivity, networking and programming.
Visit the CIS Web site.