| (Revised 10/07)
You may format similar forms on a computer. Please follow instructions carefully. The portfolio is your history of your high school career (grades 9 through 12) as you would like it told to employers, schools, or scholarship review committees. The portfolio can be worked on throughout high school and is submitted in your senior year to your high school's career resource advisor. At a minimum, it should include the materials listed in this packet. You may add new information and documentation to the portfolio at any time during your senior year. Community groups will come to the high school to review your portfolio, and others will request it to be sent to a centralized location for consideration. Check with your career resource advisor frequently during the year to make sure your portfolio is ready for specific committees.Submitting a portfolio does not guarantee an award. It also does not mean that you are applying for every scholarship available. The majority of scholarships have separate applications, and it is important for you to seek out those opportunities, complete the applications, and send partial or full copies of your portfolio for consideration.
General Guidelines1. Check with your school career resource advisor for portfolio format availability.