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Through project-based learning, students acquired a deeper knowledge through active exploration of real-world challenges and problems.

Below are examples of their work.

Click on the mockups below to view the following projects created by our past students.

Email newsletter by Sherry Nance & Aiko Takemura (Cohort 4).

Web developer portfolio website by Amy McGowan (Cohort 4).

Accessibility audit report by Andrea Martz (Cohort 4).

Web developer portfolio website by Claire Helland (Cohort 4).

Low-fidelity wireframe by Sam Carlin (Cohort 3).

Web developer portfolio by Kate Hansen (Cohort 2).

Starting a Project in Visual Studio Code by Marcie Ferrick (Cohort 3). 

Boutique store website by Ilda Rodriguez and Rayna Wiltz (Cohort 2).

Web developer portfolio by Stephanie McInelly (Cohort 2).

Web developer portfolio by Jaime Hewitt (Cohort 3). 

Web developer portfolio by Cathy Cheo-Isaacs (Cohort 3).

Other Projects

Capstone Projects

For their Capstone Projects, students work in teams to develop a prototype using Human-Centered Design Thinking & Agile Methods. Students are challenged to create innovative solutions for issues faced by our country's most vulnerable populations and people in need. 

Recent design challenges included developing resources for individuals to find affordable housing, helping individuals find resources for their elderly family members, helping nonprofits find potential funding opportunities, and helping college students meet their most basic needs.  

Research & Brainstorm

The first stage of the Design Thinking process is to understand the problem you are trying to solve to understand the needs of the user. During this time, students learned how to research real-life challenges and shared their findings to identify possible solutions.

User Surveys & Planning

Before jumping in to build a possible solution, students tested their assumptions about who their users were by designing a survey and sharing it online to obtain a statistically relevant sample size.

Building & Testing

During this stage, students worked remotely in teams to build a scaled-down version of a product and share it with users to receive feedback before their final presentations at the Student Showcase.


In the final week before their Student Showcase, students created a product video walkthrough and prepared to present their findings to a LIVE online audience.

Pathways to Housing is a site built for professionals to assist in finding affordable housing resources for other people. 

Pathways to Housing was created by students in Cohort 3.

Grant Search Tool is a minimum viable product website used to help non-profits connect to grant opportunities and each other. A filterable search function allows for easy navigation of available grants. The reviews and rating feature allows for non-profits to communicate with one another on the ease of application and additional comments regarding the grant. 

Grant Search Tool was created by students in Cohort 2.

With CareHub, caregivers can easily connect and share news related to elderly family members to coordinate care, doctor's appointments, and more. 

CareHub was created students in Cohort 1.

How to Join

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Complete the 30-day digital project modules with a cohort or stop & go as you need. The monthly fee holds your spot if you need to start a module at a later time.  

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