SALT LAKE CITY, March 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Students from 180 of the world's top universities are signed up and solving organizations' problems at NoodleStorm.com, including students from Harvard, Stanford, Penn, Columbia, Cornell, Chicago, Northwestern, Berkeley, Duke, Cambridge, and almost every major university in the U.S. NoodleStorm users can receive multiple solutions from students all over the world to their business planning, market research, strategy, finance, marketing, management, HR, operations, statistics, engineering, technology, public administration, political, or other problems. Professors can choose problems for their students to solve as a class or students can choose to work on problems on their own time. NoodleStorm enables students to get paid for their work, to work alone or in teams, to gain real-world experience in their chosen discipline, to explore new disciplines, to receive letters of recommendation, and to get job offers from the organizations they solve problems for. Organizations that submit their problems at NoodleStorm.com can request help from student volunteers or they can pay students for their work. The website's services are completely confidential.
Go to www.NoodleStorm.com to sign up and submit a problem for students to solve.
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Daniel Butt, President & Founder