In-Class Projects are real questions, problems, or opportunities faced by companies and posted for students to solve as part of their coursework.
Employers looking to collaborate with students in a class can connect with educators by creating a Project describing their business need for students. These projects must be accepted by an educator into their Course before they are introduced to students.
- Employers can connect with educators by posting their project ideas to the marketplace.
- Employers gain insights from students under the guidance and support of their educator.
- Employers gauge students' problem-solving abilities for future hiring purposes. Employers can keep track of students they have worked with in their talent pool.
- Students have a meaningful learning experience.
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