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The Smith School at the University of Maryland uses CapSource for help with company sourcing and project design. We used their projects in our MBA Consulting course; we were immersed in a real world environment where we were challenged with real company problems and required to provide viable, thought-out solutions. I much prefer this style of learning over the traditional classroom experience.
Even as a non-profit, we wrestle with complex strategic questions when it comes to running and scaling our operations. The students added capacity to our team and brought a new and fresh perspective to a critical research project. I believe that the students appreciated the challenge and learned a lot through the project. We’re excited to see that they are learning and growing as much as we are benefiting from their insights, which was our main objective for this engagement.
I took the Growth Strategy course because it looked like a great way to learn more about the startup scene and gain real experience while in school. I enjoyed learning theory and directly applying it to a real company. It’s pretty amazing to see that the work we contributed is being implemented at an actual company
This was quite an exciting project for our team at HUNGRY. It’s always great to hear insights from young, creative students. Since we were running three projects with the same course at once, it was great to see how the teams were able to build off of each other in order to deliver great results. By communicating primarily with the professor, we were able to keep our commitment down to a minimum while really providing these students with a compelling way to learn
Experiential learning is especially critical for business programs since blending theory and practice allows the students to build their confidence as they prepare for their professional careers. CapSource provides us with access to companies we would otherwise not be able to work with. They make it easy to identify the right organizations for every course given the overall structure, desired rigor, and teaching objectives.