Web Developer Internship

We’re looking for interns with computer science backgrounds and web programming knowledge who are excited to work along side and learn from professionals in the areas of web apps, mobile apps, static sites, backend servers, and more!

We’re primarily looking for local applicants, such as from Coastal Carolina University (CCU) or Horry Georgetown Technical College (HGTC) who would have access to Myrtle Beach year-round.

Focus would be varied but here’s an idea…

  • Further develop our Coworking space platform, Lemyr.
  • Integrate third-party apps and services into Lemyr’s offerings.
  • Research and integrate third-party services into Lemyr and other coworkmyr properties to improve analytics.
  • Transition Cocelerator and CoceleratorU from static sites into Jekyll or WordPress.
  • Develop or evaluate PitchBurner or YouNoodle as solutions to CoceleratorU.
  • Enhance our public-facing WordPress platform by researching, installing, and configuring plugins.
  • Work with our Online Marketing intern to implement improvements
  • Build your own brand and identity, while taking on client work and training your replacement due to advancement!

We think the best fit for this position would have the following qualities…

  • Working knowledge of CSS/HTML and at least one of: PHP, Ruby, Python
  • Previously created or maintained websites
  • Familiar with the concepts of APIs, SocialMedia, WordPress
  • Outgoing and professional communication all around
  • Reliable transportation
  • Willing and driven to learn, grow, and advance.

We are offering $10/hr base salary. Hours are flexible and we would expect 15-20 hours per week to start, however this can grow to 40/hrs week pretty easily and quickly. This position is currently intended for a 3-month summer internship period.  We’re open to hear suggestions of other arrangements (we certainly would love to see the candidate flourish and continue after 3 months).

TO APPLY: Lets start with email and go from there. Share with us your LinkedIn and Twitter profile. Tell us about your career goals and projects you are working on.