This means that outreach is done through from the Institute of Technology students to organizations and non-profits throughout the Puget Sound area.
The teams finished launching their projects via class presentations on Tuesday. Six total teams giving one hour presentations each.
Just some of the projects included:
- Database design and development for the Breast Cancer Research Center.
- Development work on training web forms for the Law Enforcement Support Agency.
- Automated installation and set up programming for the Domestic Abuse Women's Network.
- Online training programs for Goodwill of Silverdale.
- Web development work for some very small local companies without the resources to do so otherwise.
Additional student work in directed reading, research and internship will be on display this Friday starting at 9:30am in the Cherry Parkes building as part of the end of the quarter colloquium.