Create a standout profile
and launch a career you deserve!
Work on self-paced, real-world projects to enhance your profile.
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Students from BootCamps, Smaller Colleges, and Self Learners
You need real-world project experience to get more interviews and be really job-ready. Join OneSkool and get an employer searchable profile page. And when you are ready, get started on self-paced real-world projects.
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Sections and Checklist
Checklist ensures that you don't miss filling in important sections.
Use profile page to generate resume as PDF.
Collect testimonials and project completion certificates to improve your odds.
How it works?
Personal Profile Page
Creating a profile that highlights your achivements and makes you stand out among hundreds of other candidates is the first big step in your journey to start a career.
Real world projects help you develop job-readiness skills that are valued by employers. Work on self-paced projects posted by professionals to earn testimonials and project completion certificates. Work at your own pace but keep hitting milestones. Seek feedback to improve your job-readiness skills further.
Recognition & Rewards
Get recognition in the form of testimonials, project completion certificates and more.
Why real-world projects matter?
Real-world projects are not for grading. Their purpose is to achive a business goal. Like any other skill, it takes practice to develop the skill of keeping busines purpose in mind, instead of grades, when working on real-world projects.
Real-world requirements are not necessarily very clear early on, and may change. Learning how to get clarifications, and work on accurate solutions is very important.
There are exceptions but most real-world project teams work on modules of larger applications. You should learn how to work on your part while keeping integration with the larger applications in mind.
Business needs vary a lot and so do projects. It is a good idea to work on projects from different domains and with different skill requirements. Early exposure to variety would help you become a better tech professional.
Real-world deliverables are reviewed and tested much more deeply compared to similar deliverables in academic settings because team members and stakeholders know that your work might impact them and their business.
Real-world requirements, designs, solutions, automated tests are usually not done with the first delivery. It usually results in feedback which then results in more requirements, design changes, bug reports, tests and so on.