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Employment Portfilio

The Representational Portfolio is a marketing tool which job developers can use to represent job seekers to employers by making presentations on their behalf. The Portfolio is a pictorial representation of the individual’s contributions and capabilities. The Portfolio is comprised of two components. The first half of the Portfolio introduces the concept of Customized Employment to the employer, thereby paving the way for the job developer to negotiate the terms of employment to meet the individual’s necessary or ideal conditions to be successful. The second half of the Portfolio introduces the job seeker and shares information about their potential contributions to an employer through narrative and pictures. The information which is in the Portfolio is the information which was gathered during Discovery, captured in the Profile and summarized in the Employment Planning meeting.

Employment Portfolio icon Article on Representational Portfolios
Employment Portfolio icon Using a Visual Resume for Job Development (Microsoft Word format)
Employment Portfolio icon Portfolio Worksheet
Employment Portfolio icon Job Development Script
Employment Portfolio icon Middle School Portfolio Template
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