Plunge into Web Development: Earn Cash as You Learn!

Plunge into web development and earn cash as you learn. During the Student WEB CORPS program, We’ll equip you with web development skills, team you up with peers, and challenge you to build websites for simulated businesses or nonprofits. Join us to code, collaborate, and make a difference in the digital world!

Date: June 10-July 19
Time: 9am-2pm
Hourly Wage: $12.50
Location: Oberlin High School
281 N. Pleasant St., Oberlin, OH 44074

Program Requirements:

  • Attend Lorain County School District.
  • Will be enrolled in the 11th or 12th grade in the Fall of 2024.
  • Must meet either the Ohio Means Jobs TANF-eligibility income requirements or have an Individualized Education Plan (I.E.P.).

Watch the video to hear from our 2023 Student WEB CORPS students!

Student WEB CORPS is a TECH CORPS signature program supported by the Community Foundation of Lorain County.

TECH CORPS is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to ensuring all K-12 students have equal access to the technology programs, resources and skills to enrich their education today and to prepare them for college, credential or career tomorrow. Join us in 2024 for these exciting learning opportunities!

Important Information

Student Selection Process:
    1. Students will be accepted to participate in the program on a first come, first served basis and must complete the Ohio Means Jobs application process.
    2. Students will earn an hourly rate of up to $12.50/hour, depending on the student’s age.  
    3. For the Ohio Means Jobs application process, students and families will need to provide their social security card, identification card, and family income. If you or a family member need to obtain these documents, now is a great time to start!
IMPORTANT NOTE:
Once you begin this form, you are NOT able to save/return to it (unless using a Gmail account). Please be prepared to spend approximately 10 minutes to complete the registration form in one setting. Otherwise, you will have to start a new registration form, and your child will lose their place in the acceptance list. If the student is under age 18, a parent/guardian must complete the authorization sections. Below is a list of the sections of the form for quick reference
    • Student and Parent Information
    • Student Emergency & Medical Information (only retained if student is accepted into the program)