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.

Projects are posted to the Project Library on Riipen where they can be requested by educators. They can also be submitted by companies directly to Courses.

Features:

  • 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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