Student-operated software company gives students real-world experience before graduation

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Clearwater Labs uses industry technology to prepare software engineering students

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Student-operated software company gives students real-world experience before graduation

Clearwater Labs employees, including Alex Stout, co-founder and director and technical manager (far right), work in their new downtown office space at CoLAB, which is across from the Micon Downtown Cinema.

Clearwater Labs employees, including Alex Stout, co-founder and director and technical manager (far right), work in their new downtown office space at CoLAB, which is across from the Micon Downtown Cinema.

© 2019 Houterman

Clearwater Labs employees, including Alex Stout, co-founder and director and technical manager (far right), work in their new downtown office space at CoLAB, which is across from the Micon Downtown Cinema.

© 2019 Houterman

© 2019 Houterman

Clearwater Labs employees, including Alex Stout, co-founder and director and technical manager (far right), work in their new downtown office space at CoLAB, which is across from the Micon Downtown Cinema.

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A new student-operated software company on campus is providing software engineering students with real-world experience before they graduate.

Founded in fall 2018, Clearwater Labs comprises seven student employees, led by co-founders Alex Stout and Grey Larson.

The group utilizes industry technology to develop products geared toward improving the lives of fellow students.