August 23, 2017
The 18 Best Marketing Agencies in San Diego for Entry-Level Jobs premium
You want to work in San Diego, majored in marketing, but honestly have no clue where to start? I was in your shoes once. It’s tough. Trying to get an “entry level” marketing job after graduation, employers typically want 1-2 years experience, which make you feel like they don’t know what “entry level” even means. Good […]
May 3, 2016
Advice from UC San Diego Engineering senior Nico Montoya premium
[View the story “Nico Montoya (BS ’16) on Networking” on Storify]
March 16, 2016
Meet the CSUN February Challenge Winners premium
Meet the winners of the February 2016 CSUN Portfolium Challenge, sponsored by CSUN’s Office of Community Engagement. Winning entries were chosen by a committee of CSUN students and staff. Congratulations to our three winners!
December 7, 2015
Who needs English when you have emoji? We love to include a birthday cake, heart, smiley face or even a pile of poo to describe the mood or moment. And this week, Facebook launched — at long last — Facebook Reactions, which gives us a range of emoji to share how a post makes us feel (we can choose […]
October 25, 2015
Meet the CSUN Ambassadors premium
With the Portfolium campus wide rollout at Cal State Northridge, 7 campus ambassadors were chosen to share and educate students on the value of an awesome Portfolium profile. These students are tasked with presenting to students at career fair prep workshops and talking with teachers. They are available for one-on-one support, to provide demonstrations for classes […]
September 15, 2015
Why Post-Graduation Isn’t the Rest of Your Life premium
What if after we graduate, life isn’t downhill from there? I don’t know, college is great. I can do whatever I want and don’t have adult responsibilities. Figuring out my career and getting a full-time job is going to be hard, then working full-time is going to be so boring. Once we graduate, we have […]
September 9, 2015
Succeeding at CSUSM: Create a Life YOU Can be Proud of premium
Hey Cougars! In case you haven’t noticed, support is that one thing people need the most and lack at the same time. Maybe you’re like me from a few months ago and you are not sure where to look for help. If that’s the case, this blog is perfect for you. As it turns out, […]
August 11, 2015
Portfolium Spotlight: Psychology Major Nairee B. premium
At Portfolium, nothing motivates us more than hearing about our users’ success stories! We recently talked to one of our top-performing Campus Founders, Nairee Bedikian. Nairee is a true Portfolium all-star! She has done an incredible job of showcasing all aspects of her life through her e-portfolio – from volunteer work to school projects – she’s got it all! […]
August 3, 2015
What To Do After College premium
What to do after college? That’s a pretty big question to tackle, and really, the possibilities are endless. Some might consider traveling, volunteering, or even going back to school. However, an overwhelming majority will find themselves transitioning into the “real” world with “real” full-time jobs. To help you along your journey of landing your first […]
July 29, 2015
How I Broke Into Marketing with a Science Degree premium
The degree you graduate with isn’t going to dictate what field you’ll be working in. For many, that happens by choice. You realize that what you studied isn’t what you want to spend your life doing. That’s normal. That’s what happened with me. And that’s what happened to some of the most successful people. Walt […]
Growth Marketer
July 23, 2015
Are You Ready for Your Interview? premium
Interviews easily make the top 5 list of most anxiety-inducing situations. Often times, even the most qualified of candidates deliver underwhelming performances and fail to impress. But there are a few things you can do to basically guarantee that your interview will go well! Do you know what they are? Not ready to take the […]
Marketing Intern
July 22, 2015
Why Employers Hire Student Athletes premium
Student-athletes sometimes feel discouraged to include their sports background on their resume and portfolios for a few different reasons. Maybe they’re afraid that mentioning their All-American accolades might come off as pretentious. Or, perhaps they’re afraid that recruiters might interpret their commitment to sports as a lack of true “professional” experience. But in actuality, employers […]