PERSONAL interest project
The Skills21 Personal Interest Project (PIP) provides an opportunity for students to follow their passions and complete a project where they can “learn, solve, make or do” while mastering high leverage skills necessary for school and beyond.
The PIP curriculum features 12 scaffolded project tasks and 20 supporting videos that guide middle and high school students through each phase of their project and culminates in a compelling Project Portfolio.
PIP Program Supports
The Skills21 PIP Program aligns with ESSER Priorities and ESSER funds may be used to purchase student licenses for the Skills21 PIP Program.
Personal Interest Projects (PIP) allow students to demonstrate a wide variety of college and career readiness skills and can be leveraged for both honors credit and credit recovery.
Personal Interest Projects (PIP) all include activities that challenge students to communicate and collaborate with family, peers and community experts.
Family & Community Connection
Personal Interest Projects (PIP) can work in remote, in-person and hybrid school models. Skills21 can provide staff development and students can access their project on any device.
remote learning, staff development & Digital divide
Personal Interest Projects (PIP) are well suited for out-of-school time implementations including summer enrichment programming.