A question I’ve been getting a lot lately is when do I know when to share my professional documents (i.e., resume, cover letter, references, portfolio) with potential employers? Frustratingly, the best answer is…it depends! Here are some highlights to help you navigate.
Thank you to Sarah P., 2014-15 Secondary Social Studies Intern, for her wonderful guide for creating and appropriately utilizing a teaching portfolio. Remember, this portfolio is unique to you! Use it to show off your best work and most unique self!
Although there is no right or wrong when it comes to online portfolios, we are happy to provide a simple review. Email it to COECareers@msu.edu and we’ll look it over.
As career fair and interviewing season fast approaches, have you thought about how you are going to incorporate your portfolio? We have! Here are some sample questions that may provide you with an opportunity to show off your work. Continue reading
Early spring semester is a really good time to start taking action on choosing folks for references and letters of recommendations.
Your teaching portfolio. You’ve heard about it, you’ve seen examples, and hopefully you’ve attempted to start, but here are a few tips that will help you continuously develop your portfolio and professional brand throughout your internship year. Continue reading