I don't know where to research salaries for programmers / developers. I'm a soon-to-be college college graduate who have a job lined up as a trellis developer and I don't know what to ask from my employers. So far, I'm thinking of $50000.
$50000 for a none experienced network developer?
By the way, I've be working at this place for 4-5 years. I began as a premium accounting tech then I moved to the IT department as a software tester. I'm working in that as a part timer while going to school.
Yikes, 50K is alot to ask for at entry level.
Your ask isn't entirely clear though. You say you have no experience, but consequently you say you have experience.
An entry height web developer should probably be looking more for 40k plus or minus about 5k.
Do NOT suggest a salary! Get them to make you an propose - you will generally get more money if you find them to make you an offer & negotiate them upwards. If you cross a price, the only way the pay negotiations move is down.
See if there is anyway you have a feeling out existing programmers/developers for what salary levels are approaching. Apply elsewhere in your city/area -- if only to see what they are offering.
Your school's profession advisors will steer you to the Occupational Outlook, which has loads of career info. But you can also google scour as well as check out your nearest college and public libraries for Occupational Outlook, Statistical Abstracts of the U.S., and other such sources.