1. PRESENT A WELL-ROUNDED VERSION OF YOURSELF

You will  receive an email from Portfolium with a personal access link. If you can’t find this email, you can access your account by going to portfolium.com/login and requesting your activation email. 

2. ADD MEDIA

You will  receive an email from Portfolium with a personal access link. If you can’t find this email, you can access your account by going to portfolium.com/login and requesting your activation email. 

3. UPDATE REGULARLY

Include your updated experience, as well any new projects over the school year. 

4. TAG YOUR TEAMMATES

Show teamwork skills by including members of your team. 

5. DON’T SPILL THE BEANS

Instead of sharing confidential information about your project, simply write a project summary on what you learned as well as skills or tools you used. 

6. TAG YOUR SKILLS

Students are asked to tag skills to their work samples to show they are more than just bullet points on their resumes. The same applies to you! Show them how you link skills to your work.

7. PUT YOUR BEST WORK FIRST

Show your best work first! While this is a place to collect all your work samples, highlight your best accomplishments by listing them first.

8. USE ATTENTION GRABBING DETAILS

Catch everyone’s  attention by using a clever title and eye-catching cover image. Remember, you are setting an example for your students!

9. ADD A DESCRIPTION

Don’t just show your project - talk about it! What inspired you? What did you learn? What were the results? Use the description section to create a narrative. 

10. JUST USE IT! 

Include your Portfolium URL in your resume or CV and link it to your LinkedIn. 

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