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One of the most significant and unique benefits of Venture Creations is the ability of incubator companies to work with RIT students as part of our Student Engagement Program. Student engagement can take many forms:


Class Projects

RIT's Saunders College of Business is ranked among Princeton Review's Best 300 Business Schools, offering undergraduate and graduate programs. Opportunities are available to integrate Venture Creation company's challenges with coursework at the College of Business, including the Executive MBA program.


RIT's cooperative education program is one of the oldest and largest in the nation. A co-op experience provides students with real world experience in their field of choice and provides companies with a cutting edge. Every RIT student is required to complete at least two quarters of co-op where they are on full-time assignment, many students are available for six-month co-op assignments.

Saunders Student Consulting

Through Saunders College of Business Student Consulting organization, Venture Creations companies can receive low-cost consultation on a variety of business issues including competitive analysis, market analysis, business plan development, etc.


RIT and Venture Creations can also connect you to qualified students for part-time employment.


Based at Venture Creations, your company will be able to access the network of talented alumni at RIT. RIT's Alumni Relations and Co-op and Careers Services offers you a powerful connection to over 100,000 alumni.


The exact nature of a student engagement relationship will depend on the particular needs of your company and the requirements of the class or program involved.

For more information on engaging RIT students or alumni for co-op, internship, or employment opportunities, contact Maria Richart at the Office of Cooperative Education and Career Services at 585-475-5479 or via e-mail at

For information on class projects or Saunders Student Consulting, contact Rich Notargiacomo at 585-697-5678 or by email at