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The EVP Process
EdVenture Partners (EVP) connects our clients with our network of academic institution and faculty partners to directly engage with the valuable and powerful collegiate market.
EVP works with faculty and student teams to guide and facilitate participating groups throughout the program as part of our full-scope program management.
EVP collects teams’ submissions, facilitates the judging process, and arranges the logistics for the top teams to present at the client’s headquarters.
EVP analyzes the overall program results and compiles a summary report of the work from all teams.
Let’s Get Social
A special shout-out to teams participating in the API: Educating Our Energy Future program which is currently underway on select U.S. campuses. Participating teams research how educators can best reach Gen Z, then... https://t.co/P82vqQAPV4
Former EVP student from winning P2P: Facebook Global Digital Challenge team named one of "Ten Outstanding Students in the Philippines." We are pleased to share more about this student's incredible honor... and the incredible work he has been doing since! https://t.co/gP7gcleN4P https://t.co/vcfob2g6rq
“A particularly innovative idea,” writes Fortune Magazine of EdVenture Partners’ unique curriculum-based model which brings corporate America into the classroom of America’s college campuses responsibly.”
“I have been involved with EdVenture Partners from their inception in 1990. During that period of time, my colleagues and I have participated in over a dozen projects. Working with EdVenture Partners has been an exceptionally positive experience for our students, faculty, and the clients involved. I would not hesitate to recommend EdVenture Partners to anyone interested in providing their students with a comprehensive, real world project.”
DR. MICHAEL BELCH, PROFESSOR OF MARKETING
San Diego State University
Co-author, An Introduction to Advertising and Promotion: An Integrated Marketing Communications Perspective
“There is no better way to learn how to talk to students than from students. They study your company, they know your perspective, and they are looking at various programs out there and tell you this is working for you, or this isn’t working and how to change it.”