YWCC CAPSTONE PROGRAM

Transforming the way companies work with education.

Why should you become a Sponsor?

Becoming a Sponsor of the Capstone Program is:

  • A cost-effective way to raise the profile of your organization;
  • A way to establish a presence among the best and brightest in the state who could be working for your company;
  • An efficient way to develop prototypes, evaluate new technologies, tools and other latest research in your business area; and
  • An opportunity to spawn entrepreneurial projects that can be spun-off as start-ups.

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Designing Solutions for Real-World Problems

The industry-sponsored capstone program provides a unique opportunity for organizations to partner with YWCC to help educate the next generation of world-class researchers and practitioners. The collaboration provides projects and solutions of value to the sponsor, and challenges our students to apply the knowledge and tools acquired during their education to solving real-world problems.

Interdisciplinary teams of students work together to tackle projects sponsored by companies. These teams collaborate with faculty, who serve as mentors and advisers, to devise solutions that enable sponsors to meet their business needs and technology challenges.

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