iFOLIO
Digital Portfolio | College Prep Program
Get a Digital Edge

University of Georgia and Georgia Institute of Technology

Join us! Learn how a digital portfolio can help your college application stand out. Build a digital portfolio photos, videos, and media and tools and tips from college scholarship experts,

The 3 and 5-day programs include building digital portfolios, insights about standing out, sessions with college admissions, and tours of innovation hubs on campus.

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2017 dates
Georgia Tech: July 26 1-day Boot Camp

June 12-16 – CLOSED,  June 27-29 3-day Boot Camp  – CLOSED,  July 10-14 5-day Boot Camp  – CLOSED

University of Georgia:  July 17-21 | 5-day Boot Camp – Day and Overnight Options – CLOSED

TAKEAWAYS

How to Optimize Your College Applications

How to Communicate Your Strengths to College Admissions

Plan your Digital Portfolio 

Develop a Cutting- edge Digital Portfolio

Get a Professional Head Shot Photo 

Tour Georgia Institute of Technology

See the Latest Innovations at Tech Square

Take Home Your Digital Portfolio

DATES & REGISTRATION

Register NOW via this site. Students ages 13-18. All Boot Camps are day programs from 9AM to 5PM each day.

June 12-16, 2017 | 5-day Boot Camp – CLOSED

June 27-29, 2017 | 3-day Boot Camp

July 10-14, 2017 | 5-day Boot Camp 

July 26, 2017 | 1-day Boot Camp 

Contact: GT Camp Program Coordinator: Debi.Chancellor@ifoliocorp.com  iFOLIO Phone: 470-223-4818

July 17-21, 2017 | 5-day Immersive at University of Georgia – Register Here

Instructors 

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Jean Marie Richardson is the president and chief executive officer of iFOLIO, a digital portfolio platform designed to give students a digital edge for college, internships, and jobs.

Richardson’s background includes Fortune 500 firms Oracle Corporation, Microsoft, and MasterCard, and 9 years helping select college scholarship recipients at Georgia Institute of Technology.

Richardson currently serves on the Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business Advisory Board, the Georgia Tech/ Emory University TI:GER Graduate Program Advisory Board, the Metro Atlanta Innovation Advisory Group, and the Dean’s Scholarship Council. She enjoys guest lecturing on technology innovation for Georgia Tech’s MBA program and has been a featured speaker at national conferences. Jean Marie Richardson graduated from Georgia Institute of Technology, cum laude, and a President’s Scholar, with 7 other merit-based scholarships.

iFOLIO instructors will assist students in designing cutting-edge digital portfolios to highlight their background and experience with photos, images, videos, and the iFOLIO digital portfolio web service.

iFOLIO’s digital portfolio platform is designed to give students an edge for college, internships, and jobs.

Guest speakers will lecture from Georgia Institute of Technology and from innovation hubs at Tech Square.

Experts from Georgia Institute of Technology Undergraduate Admissions Team will provide a presentation and information session for the students.

Executive Panel: 6/28/2017

Joe Kleinwachter

Vice President, Innovation, WorldPay

Joe leads the efforts that have recently established WorldPay US as a recognized innovation leader in the FinTech space and in the innovation community at-large.

Tony Brevard

Senior Vice President, Atlantic Capital Bank

Tony’s role includes the implementation and integration of verticals into the Atlantic Capital Bank banking model on a national scale.

Bengt Horsma

Commercialization Head, Visa Token Service, Visa Inc.

Bengt Horsma leads the financial institutions’ engagement in Visa Token Service, a solution supporting ApplePay, AndroidPay, SamsungPay and other mobile concepts.

Carrie (Haskin) Shapiro

Director, Supply Chain & Customer Service, Georgia Pacific

Executive Panel: 7/12/2017

Dan Charron

Executive Vice President, Global Business Solutions, First Data

Dan Charron serves as Executive Vice President, Global Business Solutions, with operations in North America, EMEA, APAC and LaTam, providing First Data’s 6 million clients across the world with the products, services, and solutions they need to grow their business.

Emily (Adams) Knight 

Brand Manager – Volleyball, Mizuno USA 

Emily is responsible for managing and growing the Mizuno Volleyball brand and product portfolio.  Emily played professional volleyball and was a 3 time All-American while at the University of Southern California, where she set records in attack percentages.  She brings her passion for winning to the products her team develops, including innovative attire worn by Team USA in the Rio Olympics.

Karen Houghton
Director, Atlanta Tech Village

Atlanta Tech Village is the 4th largest tech hub in the US, housing over 300 technology startups with 1000+ memberships of $4M+ annual revenue in just 103,000 sq. ft.  Karen strives to create a positive and supportive culture while promoting faster connections between ideas, capital, and talent.

What Students Say: 

“The Digital Portfolio Immersive was very informational and I’m very glad I attended it. The one-on-one was very informational and helped a lot pointing out things I hadn’t even thought about. A digital portfolio is a great way to market myself and will be a pertinent tool in my education and career going forward.”

– Janani, High School student

“The program was absolutely terrific! Thanks so much.  It was a great opportunity” 

– Robert, High School student

“I enjoyed talking ono-on-one with the iFolio team.  They helped me personalize my iFolio page with pictures.  The team also showed me what to highlight in my resume.”  

– Alden, High School Student

“Great help and advice! [A digital portfolio] will give law schools a better look into who I really am.”

– Erin, Georgia Tech College of Science student

“This was wonderful! Thank you! I have been meaning to create a digital portfolio for a while, and this gave me the jumpstart and assistance I needed to get started!” 

– Anagha, Georgia Tech College of Science student & President’s Scholar

“This program is very helpful to current high school students and college students. By facilitating this program, many students have easier access to a great future.” 

– Manshi, High School student

“Great program! Wonderful feedback! Can help me with the long-term.”

– Manshi, High School Student

“The most interesting parts were learning how to present my materials in an interesting way. This portfolio is more interesting than a basic word doc.”

– Robert, High School Student

“The digital portfolio was a new concept to me. I really appreciate the digital portfolio immersive program organized by iFOLIO & I really thank the sponsors. A digital portfolio will help me add items that I cannot in my one-page resume.”  

– Dinesh, Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business student

What Parents Say

“iFOLIO offers the ‘Wow Factor’ and highlights all of my daughter’s unique talents, gifts and accomplishments in a systematic way for colleges to get a personal, yet holistic view of her in addition to grades and test scores.   Great tool; well worth the investment.”  

-Valerie Davies- North Carolina mother of July 2017 participant

 

“iFOLIO gave my rising Junior clarity and direction in the daunting college prep journey. iFOLIO provides a framework for students to target their activities and experiences around the specific criteria important to college admissions counselors. It is helping my son develop his personal ‘brand’ to distinguish himself in an impersonal digital age, while illustrating his inner passions and personal values in addition to his academic achievements. iFOLIO enables college admissions counselors, who may be reviewing 200-300 applications a day, to have a ‘personal interview’ with the iFOLIO student.”

– Ilene Patrick, parent of rising Junior at an Atlanta college preparatory school

ABOUT DIGITAL PORTFOLIOS AND COLLEGE APPLICATIONS

“Applying for college is not what it used to be. It is insanely more competitive these days…” – Berkeley Parents Network message board post

Getting accepted to your dream college is increasingly competitive. Experts are calling students to utilize digital portfolios to demonstrate their leadership and experience.

  1. 20 Million students applying to between 8-15 U.S. colleges annually according to the NEA.
  2. College admissions is now digital. Over 700 U.S. colleges and universities and all the “Top 100” use digital college application systems.
  3. In a digitized world, a growing number of schools and universities are encouraging students to create digital portfolios, according to http://gettingsmart.com

 

A Student can stand out for college, internships, and jobs by bringing their story to life visually with a digital portfolio

  • iFOLIO is a digital portfolio designed to illustrate elements college admissions reviews
  • iFOLIO brings an application to life for Admissions with photos, videos, and images

Students can continue to update their iFOLIO and add the iFOLIO link to their college application

How does a Digital Portfolio give you an edge?

Highlight your experience visually

Show your depth, commitment, and impact with photos, videos, and images

Get tips and examples to build your best iFOLIO

Stand out to reviewers and maximize opportunities for college, fellowships, and internships!

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Click below and check out the iFOLIO examples!

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Ivy Chen

Graduate School Student

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Maggie Anders

High School Student

Payment Acceptance:

  • Full payment is due upon registration of the student
  • Slots cannot be held without payment
  • Payment is accepted online via PayPal or Credit Card via the registration link

For questions, please contact: GT Camp Program Coordinator: Debi.Chancellor@ifoliocorp.com  or call iFOLIO: 470-223-4818

Cancellation must be made in writing via email to the Program Coordinator at Debi.Chancellor@ifoliocorp.com

  • For cancellations received 30 days prior to the session date, a refund for the program fee minus a $100 admin fee will be issued.
  • For cancellations received 15 days prior to the session date, a 50% refund for the program fee minus a $100 admin fee will be issued.
  • For cancellations received after 15 days prior to the session date, no refunds will be issued, unless a doctor’s note can be provided to demonstrate a family emergency.
  • The Program Coordinator will meet students at the front of Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business for drop off between 8:30 AM-9:00 AM and for pickup from 5:00 PM-5:30 PM
  • The Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business is located at 800 W. Peachtree St. NW, Atlanta, GA 30308
  • Parking is available in the Georgia Tech hotel parking deck at 700 Spring Street. It is not free, but it is the best parking available. You can pay with a card as you leave

Students should wear smart casual attire.  They will receive an email prior to camp with notice of the day they will have their head shot.