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Pace's Top Digital Storytellers

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Announcing the three winners of the annual ePortfolio Spring Contest, who showcased their academic and professional accomplishments and "took home" digital badges.

Every spring semester, ePortfolio holds a contest for undergraduate and graduate students on both the Westchester and New York City campuses. The contest encourages students to express themselves on their pages, as well as write a reflection on how their ePortfolio represents who they are professionally and personally. On April 24, the annual ePortfolio Spring Contest came to an end. After reviewing all of the submissions, the judges announced three winners. They are:

>>Alexandra Catalano ’17
Political science major and pre-law minor
Pforzheimer Honors College, PLV

>>Adina McCray ’18
Digital cinema and filmmaking major

>>Catherine Weening ’15 
English major

“It has become a valuable asset to me” says Adina McCray '18. “I have promoted it on my resume as well as on my business cards,” adding that she's been told “it’s an exemplary showcase of my skills as a student as well as how quickly I adapted to using ePortfolio.”

Winners are being acknowledged at the Writing Enhanced Course Program and E-Portfolio Awards Ceremony.

If you didn’t get a chance to apply this year, don’t worry. There will be another contest next spring, so start sprucing up your ePortfolios. Plus, graduating seniors, don’t forget you continue to have ePortfolio access after graduation!

An online collection of all your work, ePortfolios showcase your accomplishments, give you the opportunity to creatively represent yourself and your education, and so much more. You can post your resume, files, images, videos, and blogs that show your success and progress as a student while enriching your learning, preparing you for your field of work, and sharpening your technological skills. You can also include extracurricular activities and student organizations you’re a part of, you can network with others, and people can even post letters of recommendation for you to show prospective employers. The possibilities are endless!