Choosing A Project

At the beginning of the semester, students and sponsors must attend the Open House. Here sponsors will present their projects and students will speak with them one-on-one to determine the best fit.

Before attending the Open House, students must submit the YWCC Capstone Survey (emailed out to students registered for the course) where they will be asked general information and upload a resume detailing their experience with the materials needed for the projects. Students will also be asked to consider which project they prefer to be a part of. This in no way binds a student to a project nor does it guarantee a student’s spot on a particular team. Attending the open house is the only way for students to lock down a project for the semester.

Projects

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Capstone sponsors our sister FREE MS/HS Real World Connections community program (RWC) where K-12 students form joint teams with capstone students work on multidisciplinary real-world projects year round including annual summer internship programs. RWC expanded capstone vision, mission, projects, partnerships, and support and created endless possibilities for K-12 and NJIT students alike.

Newest RWC multidisciplinary projects include the Robotics project, the Music band, the Fashion Show, and iPhone Game Development.

This program now includes a strategic partnership with Newark public schools with emphasis on gifted and talented schools and the YES center.

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Upgrading CISCO labs across the state, offering FREE CISCO training for NJIT students, getting students CISCO certified in less than six weeks, offering real-world opportunities in network administration, security and teaching. Our CISCO team is helping college & high school students getting jobs in a tough economy.

Attend a mandatory CISCO certified class taught by a CISCO certified instructor. The class includes homework, projects, and exams.

Non-Disclosure Agreement

Once a project is chosen and the team is set, we require all of our students to sign the NJIT NDA to protect all parties involved for your reference to view. While the vast majority of our capstone sponsors consider this NDA totally sufficient, very few may suggest an alternative NDA.