Oppti is a web-based college and career readiness platform for grades 9-12. Oppti helps high school students discover internships, volunteering opportunities, and other work-based learning opportunities, while operating as the system of records for schools and districts.
Information Provided by Schools and Districts ("Clients"):
When Clients decide to use Oppti, they submit information necessary to create their school or district accounts, including first and last names, ID numbers, email addresses, and passwords for the school and district staff users.
When school and district staff users create their accounts, they are asked to enter the following:
|District Users:||First name |
Role/Title within District
|School Users:||First name |
Role/Title within District
Information Provided by Students:
Students log in and create their own accounts, used for school purposes to allow Clients to view student activity within Oppti. Students are asked for their:
|Upon initial sign-in:||First name |
School Pathway Teacher (if applicable)
Unique Student ID Number
|After Logging in:||Brief Description |
Ideal Future Profession
Additional information Clients would like to host about their students within Oppti is done at the Clients' discretion for their internal review, analysis and reporting. This may include student personal information and academic records, including student first names, contact information, date of birth and other demographic information, grades, test results and performance data. Clients may also host information about a student's parent or legal guardian, including, but not limited to names, street addresses and other contact information.
A Special Note About Students Under the Age of 13:
Oppti operates in compliance with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). Subject to the configuration options selected by Clients, students under the age of 13 may be asked to submit personal information. Any such information is used only for their school purposes.
Oppti relies on Clients to provide consent for collection of that data on behalf of the parents or legal guardians, as agreed to in advance by Clients.
Clients may also make any information provided by students under the age of 13 available to parents or legal guardians to review through each Client's product dashboard.
Information Provided by Employers:
Employers and Business Partners must create accounts to post work-based learning opportunities. These users are asked for their:
|Prior to Verifying Email:||First name |
|After Verifying Email:||Company Name |
Role/Title within organization
Oppti Usage Information and Cookies:
When using Oppti, our servers automatically collect the Internet Protocol ("IP") address associated with the user's computer. We may also collect additional information such as login timestamp, the browser type and version, and the operating system of the computer. This information is logged to help us to diagnose technical problems and to administer Oppti.
How We Use and Disclose Information:
WE DO NOT SELL DATA, and we do not use personally identifiable information for commercial purposes. In addition, we do not disclose, distribute, access or reference any personal information except as noted at the time that we request the information or in the following circumstances:
We may use non-personal information, including aggregated, de-identified data for a variety of purposes subject to applicable law, including:
Third Party Services:
We work with third-party partners who help provide our Services to Clients and their students. We do not sell any of your information to anyone, and we never will. We also impose restrictions on how our partners can use and disclose the data we provide. Designated Partners, with written consent from Oppti, may utilize the Oppti infrastructure to provide a service that meets the needs of Clients and their students.
Oppti also provides Clients and students with links to third party websites and allows Clients to add links to websites that they may then share with their students in all grades. We do not control, and therefore are not responsible for, the content or privacy practices of those websites. Those websites are governed by their own privacy policies, and we encourage Clients and students to read them.
How Clients Can Modify Information:
Clients may update or change their institution's information by contacting us, or in some cases, may update their records through the relevant areas of Oppti. We also provide Clients with a dashboard that allows them to access and modify student information, as may be required by law or otherwise deemed necessary from time to time.
Oppti is used at the direction of the Client, but parents and eligible students can directly access or modify their information within Oppti.
We are committed to protecting the security, integrity and confidentiality of the data through the use of physical and technical safeguards. Oppti uses Transport Layer Security (TLS) encryption and server authentication technology to protect data when Oppti is accessed using a supported web browser.
The Internet, however, is not perfectly secure and Oppti is not responsible for security breaches not reasonably within its control.
We require that Clients maintain the confidentiality of their user names and passwords. If Clients become aware of any unauthorized use of an account, loss of their or their students' or parents' account credentials or suspect a security breach, notify us immediately.
As a system of record for its Clients, Oppti retains the data at the sole discretion of Clients, and for as long as they have active agreements for Oppti. After termination of an agreement, Oppti will retain Client data for a limited time period in accordance with the Student Data Privacy Agreements signed with each of the Clients, so that they may retain continuity of their experience should they choose to reengage with Oppti. At the end of the data retention period, we securely delete and destroy personal information from Clients.
However, at any time upon termination of an agreement or otherwise at their discretion, Clients may submit a written request to have their personal information provided to Oppti deleted. We will comply with such written requests within (30) days.
Note that in the event that a user chooses to submit data to a work-based learning opportunity provider, we are unable to delete or otherwise retract that information from the receiving institution.
Notwithstanding the above, we do retain aggregated, de-identified data for the purposes described in the section titled, "How We Use and Disclose Information."
We send emails to Clients and students in alignment with user notifications within Oppti. Users may opt out of receiving email messages from Oppti by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by clicking on the "unsubscribe" link found at the bottom of every email that we send.
If Clients have opted out of receiving communications from us, we may still send essential communications regarding Oppti to Clients' or students' accounts, such as password change messages.
We do not send email messages on behalf of third parties.
Updates to This Policy:
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