Nonprofit Tech Support

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Nonprofit Tech Support

Tim Macaig, Lecturer, Software Systems Engineering at the University of Regina has expressed interest in supporting the nonprofit sector with class-based software projects. These projects might include, but would not be limited to, new websites, application development, event pages etc.

Tim has worked with several local nonprofit organizations and has had good success in facilitating student-industry collaborations that have led to tangible products. Examples of these projects can be seen here: Projects – Dr.Tim.Maciag

The consultation process for potential projects would take place in Fall 2022. The course work that would result in a project design would take place in the Winter 2023 semester (January - April) and the Spring 2023 semester (May - June) as well as in future Winter/Spring semesters.

If your organization might be interested in working with Tim and his students on software design projects, please complete the form below. Please indicate if you are already aware of a project that you could use support with. If you don't have a specific project but would be interested in a brainstorming session, we welcome you to complete the form and indicate this in the text box.

If you have any questions about this project, please don't hesitate to email nvssn@luthercollege.edu

Nonprofit Tech Support