Launch a New Career Path with Treehouse

Ready to retrain? Need a career change? Is your brick-and-mortar business currently closed? Do you quickly need to figure out how you can showcase your goods and services online? Why not make the switch? Perhaps you've been wanting to do this for a while but have been putting it off due to time constraints or lack of resources. Now you can retrain yourself at your own pace from the comfort of your home.

Treehouse provides online courses in coding and web development. Topics include HTML, CSS, Design, JavaScript, Ruby, PHP, WordPress, iOS, Android, Business, and Development Tools.

Take a look at the recommended tracks below to see if these would help you in expanding your tech and professional skills.

To sign up for these tracks, you will first need to register for a Treehouse account. Once you've been approved you can follow the links below to sign in and begin your track. Note, if you already have a Treehouse account, you can follow the links below and sign in. 

And as an added bonus, Treehouse is currently offering livestream courses four times a week. These are provided by a Treehouse instructor. Topics include CSS Layouts, Design Thinking, Laravel, App Design, and HTML/CSS. Adult/Teen and Kids' options are also available.

Treehouse: Coding as a Career Path

Digital Literacy Digital literacy covers basic computing principles and foundational knowledge of the Internet and World Wide Web. In this collection of courses you'll start by learning the basics of how computers work. Next, you'll dive into the infrastructure of the Internet and get familiarized with a high level overview of how the World Wide Web works. In the second half of the track you’ll practice using three web languages HTML, CSS, and JavaScript; learning by playing with code. Some of the projects you’ll work on include a personal web page, a sound board application with picture buttons, and a randomized future telling game. 

Start Your Coding Journey Tech is one of the fastest-growing industries in the world, with thousands of new high-paying careers opening up every single day. This track will give you an overview of a variety of different programming languages and disciplines that are essential to a career in the industry. Start exploring and fall in love with a career path that works best for you!

Skills for a Modern Entrepreneur or Business Owner Whether you have a great idea for a mobile application or a web company, or just want to explore what it takes to be a business owner—this Track covers what you'll need to know to get your ideas off the ground and into the world. The diverse coursework includes instruction on financial statements, marketing, data, soft skills, and much more.

Front End Web Development  In this track, you’ll learn how to build beautiful, interactive websites by learning the fundamentals of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript — three common coding languages on which all modern websites are built. This is a useful and lucrative skill to acquire as it is used by nearly every single business in the world that needs a website to communicate to its customers. By the end of this track, you’ll have all the skills required to build your own websites or even start a career with one of the thousands of companies that have a website.

Fullstack JavaScript Web Developers working with different frameworks, libraries and languages will certainly be required to use JavaScript professionally. JavaScript powers the interactivity and the user experience on every major website. From user interfaces that provide richer desktop-like experiences to real-time data and messaging applications, you'll find JavaScript in the browser, on your phone and on the server. In this track we'll introduce you to the JavaScript language, and the ins-and-outs of adding interactivity in the browser. Once you're up to speed with JavaScript in the browser, you'll learn Node.js, a popular JavaScript platform for writing and using JavaScript applications outside of the browser. For example, command line applications for improving your workflow, dynamic websites and much more.

Beginning PHP - is commonly used by people who want to build a simple, dynamic website quickly and effortlessly. Since its debut in 1995, it’s become an extremely popular choice for web developers. So popular, in fact, that roughly 80% of all websites use it now, including many Fortune 500 companies and top technology startups. By the end of this track, you’ll have basic programming knowledge to build your first PHP websites.

Beginning Python Python is a very popular language created in 1991, and is used for web applications, servers, information security, artificial intelligence, data science, mathematics, video games, and even robots. It is commonly used by many Fortune 500 companies and top technology startups. By the end of this track, you’ll have what it takes to begin your career in companies that use Python, or even to start your own company!

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