Alumni App helps speech pathology students fill out clinical forms online.
The Reimagine Education conference, hosted in partnership with QS Quacquarelli Symonds and The Wharton School, has shortlisted two General Assembly alumni for its global education award. The conference takes place from December 7-9 in Philadelphia.
Sonya Corcoran and Terry So, graduates from WDI at General Assembly’s Sydney campus, partnered over the past year to bring together their experiences from programming and education to create a new app for university students called CAPTain—which stands for Comprehensive Auditory Perceptual Training.
The conference and the Reimagine Education Awards will recognize their collaborations by other higher education professionals from around the world.
“It was ideal, as it provided me with all the necessary skills I needed to start computer coding and web development. It was five days a week plus study in the evening so it was demanding. I was commuting more than two hours every day but it was worth it.”
In July, three weeks after finishing his course, Pedro started his current job as a web developer for Adaptive Lab, where he works on clients’ websites.