The ePortfolio Scholars Program now accepts students in two tracks: the Continuing and Graduating ePortfolio Scholars. Each track will have a particular focus that will allow students to focus on key areas of the core ePortfolio. Students who participate in the program will re-think and revise their work and work on key areas that haven't yet been completed and that will advance their learning experience. By the end of the program, students will have successfully completed an outstanding ePortfolio.
This track is open to all students who have completed the First Year seminar course in the previous two semesters. This track will focus on post-FYS content in the core ePortfolio. Over the course of the program, students will have an opportunity to work closely with a Peer Advisor in developing key advisement areas, such as the Student Success Plan (SSP) section, that will help students keep building their core ePortfolios.
Ideal ePortfolios considered for Track 1 will:
This track is open to all students who are near the graduation point. Students with more than 45 credits are eligible to be part of this cohort. Over the course of the program, students will focus on further developing and polishing their showcase ePortfolios while looking at key areas such as transfer and career readiness content.
Students' ePortfolios considered for Track 2 will:
The ePortfolio Scholars program participants will receive a certificate of completion, recognition as an ePortfolio Scholar and awards that include a stipend that can range from $100 to $500 to Scholars who attend all the workshops and complete their ePortfolios with an evaluation higher than satisfactory. Also, Scholars' ePortfolios will be published and highlighted on the ePortfolio website.
Dates: SPRING 2019
The ePortfolio Scholars Program will run from March 26, 2019 to June 4, 2019 on Tuesdays. Applications for the Spring 2019 semester will be accepted until February 28, 2019. Students who are chosen to participate will be notified via email no later than March 1, 2019.
To be eligible to participate in the ePortfolio Scholars Program, students must be registered for classes at LaGuardia during the semester in which they participate. Additionally, students must choose one of the tracks offered and must submit an existing ePortfolio as part of the application. Criteria for ePortfolios are indicated for each track.
To complete the program successfully, students must commit to:
For more information about the ePortfolio Scholars Program, speak to any of the ePortfolio Scholar Program leaders:
718-482-5407 (option 3)
718-482-5407 (option 5)
Maritza Bonola Barragan
718-482-5407 (option 9)
Applications will be accepted until February 28th, 2019
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