|The rough draft should:|
|Have a Cover Page|
|Include a blank page entitled Synopsis/Release--Use this page to write any questions or make any notations about your portfolio|
|Contain a Table of Contents|
|Be separated by dividers with typed labels for
Personal History, Goals, Justification, and Documentation
|Be placed in a three-ring binder|
The draft will be reviewed by an editor who will make recommendations for the completion
of your portfolio. You may still add, delete or revise items before submitting your final
portfolio for assessment. You need to convey yourself as a person capable of writing a
professional college-level document. Requesting college credit in a portfolio with visible
erasures, incorrect word division, errors in margins, and choppy, unorganized paragraphs
will not produce the desired credit award.
Before submitting a copy of your draft to the APEL Office, re-read Section III, "Documentation." Next, review all the timelines and narratives and create a list of the various letters of recommendation, job descriptions, job evaluations, etc. that you feel you will be able to acquire or have acquired documentation for. Then title the page "Documentation." Submit a copy of the list with your draft and keep a copy to use as a master list.
This draft will be graded for the Portfolio Completion course.
|MAIL OR BRING ONE COPY OF
THE DRAFT TO: