THE WORLD TO
WHAT IF FUTURE PROFESSIONALS COULD HELP SOLVE OUR MOST
PRESSING CHALLENGES, WITHOUT EVEN LEAVING THE CLASSROOM?
IMPACTED BRINGS REAL WORLD PROJECTS INTO
UNIVERSITY CLASSROOMS THROUGH A DIGITAL PLATFORM.
ImpactEd makes it easy to teach students 21st century skills without changing curriculum. We are enablers of critical thinking, creativity, and collaboration.
There is limited time in the day for problem solving and innovation. ImpactEd introduces nonprofits, businesses, and agencies to legions of problem solvers.
For a stronger society.
Each ImpactEd project is related to one or more of the UN global goals. We empower the leaders of tomorrow to solve the challenges of today.
ImpactEd was started by recent graduates who felt the frustrations of higher education. We were among 100 million university students around the world who spend four years solving theoretical problems. So we set out on a mission to connect students with the challenges that matter today. By engaging students in real world problem solving, we empower them to sharpen the skills demanded by the 21st century. ImpactEd projects complement curriculum to teach critical thinking, problem solving, creativity, and collaboration. By working within the university system, this model trains future generations to be both productive and purpose-driven.
PREPARING TOMORROW'S LEADERS TO BECOME COMPETENT PROFESSIONALS
& CONSCIOUS CITIZENS.
Higher chances of getting
a job with relevant
Better ability to think critically & solve problems after ImpactEd projects
Higher student engagement in courses powered
Better understanding of subject matter with
REAL WORLD PROJECTS HAVE A MEASURABLE IMPACT ON STUDENT PERFORMANCE.
EACH IMPACTED PROJECT IS BUILT TO ADDRESS AN ORGANIZATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGE RELATED TO SPECIFIC SUBJECT AREA.
Design a better system for processing clothing donations
Students assess the Red Cross system for transporting clothing donations, then propose solutions for making the system more efficient.
Develop public proposals for reducing cervical cancer in India
Students assess health inequities
and propose solutions for making basic medical preventions available for women at risk.
Propose innovative models for green energy providers
Students assess energy market conditions and propose solutions for utilities to achieve growth in the age of green energy.
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We are always exploring collaborations to start new projects, enter new classrooms, and expand our impact.
Austin Halbert, Founder & CEO