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3d printing program education
White Paper

Six steps to building 3D printing ROI into your curriculum.

Partnering your school with local businesses.

One of the most effective ways to teach students is to give them projects and problems from real life. In these next seven pages, you'll learn how you can offer your students usable career skills by creating partnerships with local businesses. Students will develop valuable skills by applying their education to solve real-world challenges these businesses face.

Chico Unified School District bridges the gap between simply teaching and providing valuable experience based on real-world problems. Mike Bruggerman, a teacher at Chico High School, gives his students the opportunity to work with real companies to come up with potential designs and then prototype them with Stratasys 3D printers. We sat down with Mike to discuss the impact that 3D printing technology has on getting students real-world experience. 

In this whitepaper, you'll learn how to build ROI into your curriculum by teaching students to:
-Get experience before pursuing partnerships
-Work their contacts
-Provide in-person service
-Be conservative about timing
-Create a bartering system
-Be properly prepared to work with businesses professionally

Download the whitepaper today.

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