It’s time for another Pathbrite Portfolio spotlight! Whether you’re teaching students how to start collecting and owning their achievements, or you’re a student taking the initiative to prepare for the job interviewing process, Pathbrite has got you covered!
Our first spotlight portfolio this week belongs to Dr. Julie Delello, an Assistant Professor at the University of Texas at Tyler. Julie actually utilizes Pathbrite Portfolios in the classroom, and her portfolio actually stands as a great example for her students. In the past her students were using hard copy portfolios. Now, Julie’s students can now digitally collect their data, which has proven to be a more efficient way of tracking their progress. Julie will be introducing Pathbrite to her students this Fall and will help them curate their own work and incorporate the functionality of the portfolio into the curriculum. Keep up the great work Julie, we can’t wait to see the portfolios your students pull together!
Our second spotlight portfolio is from Benjamin Graf’s. He’s currently a student at the College of Charleston, where he’s majoring in International Business with a minor in Spanish. In addition to his current education Ben also holds a Bachelor of Management from Lile Catholic University in France. Ben has found Pathbrite really useful when it comes to showcasing all of his accomplishments and passions. He shared with us that he’s intending to utilize his portfolio during his job search when he graduates in May of 2013, hoping that it will add a more in depth profile of who he is to employers. Well Ben, it looks like you’re off to a great start. Your Pathbrite Portfolio definitely gets across how well rounded you are and we’re definitely excited to see what job you land after college. Good luck!