Here are two possibilities for web projects for service/projects:
For a Service Learning opportunity (the 60 hours required for graduation), a local community council is looking for an Assistant Web Master:
The Board of the Hawthorne Hills Community Council is seeking applications for Assistant Web Master for their website. This is an unpaid position and we would welcome a student seeking Service Learning hours.
If interested, please provide the student/s with my contact information.
Bonnie Miller, Chair
Hawthorne Hills Community Council
Parks and Land Use Committee
And for a possible senior project, The Roosevelt Foundation, the RHS alumni group that contributes much to various Rough Rider projects, is looking for a student to help with web content for their site.
This would involve gathering and writing stories and news from RHS events or blogs and helping them to enliven their website with information from RHS student activities.
If you are interested in this, see me and I’ll put you in touch with the person in charge of their website.