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Mustangs are truly embodying their “Learn By Doing” philosophy!

 

On April 22, Cal Poly Career Services launched their Portfolium network to all students and within just 14 days, 2,800 Mustangs joined the community. Additionally, an impressive 500 projects were uploaded, showcasing different work and activities across all majors!

Following the launch, Cal Poly Career Services held a contest to find the best digital portfolios. Students were encouraged to submit their portfolios for a chance to win an iPad and other prizes. We are excited to share that today, the winners were announced! Each outstanding Portfolium was hand-selected by experts based on their quality, creativity and comprehensiveness. A huge congratulations to those who were chosen!

And the winners are...

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Overall Winner: Sophia Liu

 

Avity Norman: College of Science and Mathematics

Nicola Leyshon: College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Studies

Jordan Willis: Orfalea College of Business

Hector Flamenco: College of Liberal Arts

Hyunjong Choi: College of Engineering

Danielle Aspitz: College of Architecture and Environmental Design

Nathaniel Moore: Top Freshman Portfolium

We are very excited about our collaboration with Cal Poly San Luis Obispo!

 

We couldn’t have dreamt up a better partnership. At Portfolium, we give our users a place to prove their skills by documenting their unique learning experiences. Similarly, Cal Poly encourages their students to get their hands dirty--to really “learn by doing.”

With this official partnership, Cal Poly students now have a place to record these unique learning experiences (e.g., projects, extracurriculars, and activities), thereby enhancing their online presence.

We look forward to seeing this awesome network continue to grow! Keep up the great work! ?

Keep On Learning

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