Resume, schmesume. We have three words for you: Portable. Professional. Personal. Forget trying to cram in all of your work and research onto a tiny sheet of paper. It’s a digital world and we are digital boys and girls.
An online collection of all your work, ePortfolios showcase your accomplishments, give you the opportunity to creatively represent yourself, your education, your research, and so much more. You can post your resume, files, images, videos, and blogs that show your success and progress as a student while enriching your learning, preparing you for your field of work, and sharpening your technological skills. You can also include extracurricular activities and student organizations you’re a part of, network with others, and people can even post letters of recommendation for you to show prospective employers. The possibilities are endless!
That’s why the next session in the Undergraduate Research Preparation Series is focused on Creating ePortfolios to Showcase Research, where you’ll learn all about ePortfolios, including how to structure yours to best display your work and research process, as well as incorporate it into applications for internships, jobs, and graduate school.
Sessions will be held as follows:
Monday, March 11: 12:20 p.m.-1:15 p.m.
Electronic Classroom, Mortola Library
RSVP to Allyson King at email@example.com by Friday, March 8.
Wednesday, March 13: 12:20 p.m.-1:15 p.m.
One Pace Plaza, W200A Computer Lab
RSVP to Jenny Ko at firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, March 11.
The final session in the series, A World of Opportunities, which will give students information about prestigious national and international scholarship and fellowship opportunities that relate to the types of research in which they are interested, will be held on April 8 in PLV and April 10 in NYC.