Student Developer and Mentorship Program Project Proposal

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    General Information

    As the name of the program implies, the Student Developer program trains and employs students to work on software projects. While there are certain things that must be considered (such as data security) when working with students to build software, our experience has shown that with guidance, they are able to deliver innovative software relatively quickly. Any member of the Yale community may submit a proposal for any project or idea, provided that the project conforms to Yale IT policies (including, but not limited to, those on IT security and student data protection.) While any proposals are welcome, preference will generally be given to proposals that meet the following criteria: * supports the academic mission of the university (especially when it also impacts students directly) * improves the quality of life for students, with preference to projects that support official undergraduate organizations in general (as opposed to unofficial organizations, or projects which impact a select few organizations). * supports the broader mission of the University In addition, projects will be evaluated and considered based on the following criteria: * Impact – how the project will support the mission of the University * Cost Effectiveness – how the value provided compares to the cost * Feasibility – is the project appropriate for student developers, given their limitations
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