Provide a Project

Wasatch CAPS students are bright, energetic, and very capable of solving complex issues. To facilitate the learning process for our CAPS students, we seek to find meaningful partner projects from local businesses and organizations. Project partners benefit by outsourcing work to local students at no cost while receiving thoughtful solutions from students and mentors. Additionally, CAPS partners receive tremendous exposure to their businesses and places of work.

We are currently seeking projects for next semester in the following areas: Business, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship, Engineering and Industrial Design, Medicine and Health, Digital Design and Software Development, and Environment and Agriculture.

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Projects Examples

Business, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship

  • Business plan development and analysis (start up)
  • Brand assessment and development (including logo development, content creation, SWOT analysis, marketing campaign, etc.)
  • Social media strategies (including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and other relevant platforms)
  • Budget analysis and financial consulting
  • Product launch and identification (target market, demographics, e-commerce, etc)


Engineering and Industrial Design

  • Design solutions for manufacturing and production
  • Computer aided design strategies and layout
  • Civil engineering (including mapping, road design, airport planning, etc.)
  • Robotics and 3D modeling
  • Architecture


Medicine and Health

  • Hospital management and development solutions
  • Health and wellness strategies
  • Nutrition and diet
  • Biotechnology
  • Device development and applications
  • Public awareness campaigns


Digital Design and Software Development

  • Graphic design and development
  • Mobile device applications (including design and functionality)
  • Website design and development
  • Software application development
  • Video production and editing

Environment and Agriculture

  • Environmental and energy assessments
  • Agricultural development and production
  • Range science and farming best practices
  • GIS mapping
  • Animal health and veterinary work