Online Portfolios

A portfolio is a presentation of your best work and demonstration of your skills. Include the link on your resume, business cards, social media sites, etc. 

Portfolium: This website allows you to showcase your accomplishments, work experience, scholastic achievenments, community service, and other undertaking to better illustrate the totality of who you are for potential employers. 

PortfolioGen:This service offers a platform for teachers and other job-seekers to build simple webpages to highlight certifications, upload documents, and link to examples of work. It even has contact forms for potential employers to use to get in touch with you.  

Weebly:  Standard service is free and feature-packed.  users can drag and drop content like pictures, text, video, and Google Maps. There is a charge if you choose to upgrade to your own domain name and add additional services.  

FolioSpaces:  A free, fully-featured electronic portfolio, weblog, resume builder, and social networking system that connects users and creates online communities.  This is a good starting point for developing an online portfolio.  It offers many style themes, and you can customize your site within a couple of hours.  It is popular for its ease of use.  Quickly create a portfolio complete with a biography and links to your blog and social media accounts.  You can also upload PDFs.

Behance:  You can build a multimedia portfolio that supports text, video, images, and audio simultaneously. You can embed from Flickr, Youtube, Vimeo, or from works hosted online elsewhere. It will link with Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and other partner sites with the click of a button. 

Pathbrite: This portfolio-specific platform encourages you to “collect, organize, and share a lifetime of learning and achievement.”