Sponsor a Capstone Project
iAffiliates and iSchool community partners are invited to sponsor Capstone projects by submitting project ideas each autumn and working with students during the winter and spring quarters.
Students want to know about your project goals and objectives so they can determine if it’s a good fit for their team.
Before submitting your project, think about the following:
- Project goals and outcomes. What are the goals and desired outcomes of your project? What are the challenges you and your organization are looking to tackle?
- Deliverables. What are the deliverables you need from your project (e.g., user research reports, written recommendations, system development, application development, or a data visualization)?
- Special considerations. Are there any conditions or restrictions that may be applicable, such as team size, restrictions on public display of company or project information, work authorization restrictions, or intellectual property?
Not sure if your project is a good fit?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about submitting a project idea or if you’d like to talk with a Capstone instructor to make sure your project is a good fit for the program. You can also look through the Capstone Project Showcase to see projects from previous years.
What happens after I’ve submitted my project?
After submitting your project, your next step is to attend the Capstone Networking Night in late October, where you’ll have the opportunity to meet with student teams and discuss your project. You'll receive an email invitation with details about the event in early October.
Check out the Sponsor FAQ page for more information about the role of sponsors in Capstone.
Submit your project idea
We are no longer accepting project submissions for the 2022-23 academic year.