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Calling All Future Web Professionals, Web Technologists and Web Designers 2019 Summer Online Classes forming NOW Do you want to shape the future of the web? Are you new to coding? Are you creative? Are you interested in creating Web Apps, Web Sites Development, Virtual Reality, Web-Based Games, Web Pages, and Voice Controlled Apps? Do you want to earn your first industry credentials NOW and become part of a professional association? Do you dream

  Women in STEM One of the under the radar trends in technology that has become more noticeable in recent years is women joining STEM and STEAM fields that traditionally have been dominated by men. Although a 2016 National Science Foundation report found that women make up half of the college-educated workforce in the U.S. but only 29 percent of the STEM workforce, that trend is changing (link). The chart below demonstrates just how impressive

  Why does CTeLearning.com pay for educators to become part of the Web Professionals Association?   "I believe it is important that educators preparing students to go into high demand and high paying web industry jobs have access to all the benefits of being part of the Web Professionals Association," says Steve Waddell, Founder of CTeLearning.com. "Our teachers go through our personalized training, and they begin to facilitate classes that lead their students to industry credentials

In honor of Pi Day we all watched our favorite Pi Video. I take that back. The furry intern did not seem to care and just went and crawled under a desk and slept through the video. But she has never been good at math. Have fun - Steve  

Over the next decade, web and mobile application developers will be in higher demand than just about any other profession. People are relying on apps in their daily lives more than ever before, using them for health, banking, business, entertainment, social networking and more. In the coming years this trend will only continue to grow. According to the occupational projections website Projections Central, companies in the United States will fill over 250,000 app developer