I’m new to the web dev. path myself, but do have a lot of experience hiring employees as part of my previous work, and I’d say your materials look clean, organized and reasonable, but are lacking a pop or unique quality that will make you stand out in a giant stack of candidates.
Add more details about your education - what makes your learning path unique, valuable, or prepares you better than other candidates?
Also, I personally think summary statements are subjective: half of the world will tell you to write it one way, the other half another way. That said I see yours as essentially saying that you want to work for a company to help them make money and to become better at what you do.
Is that really why you like to code? I like when prospective employees are honest on a summary or objective portion of their resume. For example: I want to make people’s lives easier using my skills in web development. Or: I love solving problems using technology that other people find difficult or confusing. These aren’t my summary statements, and they shouldn’t be yours, but its helpful to read someone’s statement that goes beyond, “work for a company, make money, and improve.” The business should expect these things from ANY employee, so what do YOU offer that is unique, and especially valuable?