Columbia College Chicago

Getting Started with Portfolium

Learn how to showcase your experience and join the Columbia community on Portfolium, our free digital portfolio network! 

This intro session will help you: 

  • Build and maintain your own online portfolio  
  • Find inspirational examples 
  •  Connect and collaborate with others 

Get started before you attend at colum.edu/portfolium  

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The Going Pro Series is designed for emerging creatives to assist in developing and enhancing your professional identity and representation. Programming covers topics and experiences including: portfolio best practices, presenting your work, professional conduct, creative practice, freelancing, entrepreneurship, networking, and career preparedness. #ColumGoingPro

Friday, April 26 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Career Center, Lab
618 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60605

Event Type

Career Planning, Engage Columbia, Career

Departments

Students, Career Center, School of Media Arts, Cinema and Television Arts

Tags

Career Center, Engage Columbia, Career, cinema and television arts

Contact Name

Rob Funderburk

Contact Email

rfunderburk@colum.edu

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