July 14, 2022

We’re Looking for a Web Developer Intern!

Push10 Web Developers

Push10 is looking for a Web Developer Intern to join our team for the Fall.

At Push10, we thrive on the open exchange of intellectual and creative energy. We are one team. We all join in, cross boundaries, share insights, get bold, get uncomfortable, lead, take responsibility, and share success. Together we create high-quality creative solutions that stand out from the competition. This fall, we’re looking for a web developer intern to join us as we build brands that we believe in from the ground up.


Primary responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • Write well designed, testable, efficient code by using best software development practices
  • Assist in providing support to existing client websites.
  • Convert design files (PSD, Sketch, or Figma) to HTML/CSS
  • Update and edit website content, posts and pages.

The ideal candidate will be:

  • A Junior or Senior year student with strong foundational knowledge in HTML/CSS (Javascript knowledge is a plus)
  • Completely at home on a Mac
  • Basic knowledge of SEO practices
  • Interested in learning the WordPress content management system (Knowledge of WordPress is a plus)
  • Excellent at communication, presentation, and writing skills

Important details:

  • This internship is a part-time position, consisting of approximately 20 hours per week. Exact hours and schedule TBD.
  • Compensation will be provided
  • This position will be remote, but the intern will be expected to attend regular Zoom meetings

About Us:
Push10 is a leading branding and web design agency. We provide clients with compelling creative services including brand strategy, identity development, web design, and more.

Next Steps:
Fill out the application form below or email us and introduce yourself: internships@push10.com. Be sure to include your resume and a link to your portfolio/Github profile.

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