My Portfolio

Types of Postsecondary Education

A transition portfolio is a collection of items that demonstrate your knowledge, skills, interests, needs, and goals. Fill out the form below and use it as a starting point for a new portfolio or add it to a portfolio you already have.

  1. Enter your name.
  2. To save your form, enter your email address or your instructor’s email address. This form will only be sent to the email address you enter.
  3. Answer each question and fill out the form.
  4. Click Submit, and you will be given the option to download your completed form as a PDF. It will also be sent to the email you provided.
  5. Now you can print the document or save it as a digital file to add to your transition portfolio.​
  • When you start to explore your options for continuing your education after high school, you want to make sure that you choose to attend a college or training program that aligns with your career goals and lifestyle. Gathering information about what each program offers can help you pick the best postsecondary education option for you.

    During this activity, you will identify at least two of your postsecondary education options and use the information on these sites to help you answer the questions below.

  • Comparing Postsecondary Education Programs

    To complete the section below, research at least two college or training options that interest you and answer the following questions. You can compare up to four postsecondary education options.
  • Option #1

    Answer the following questions based on the first program you want to explore.
  • Option #2

    Answer the following questions based on the second program you want to explore.
  • Option #3

    If you would like to add a third option for comparison, answer the questions below. You are NOT required to in order to submit the form.
  • Option #4

    If you would like to add a fourth option for comparison, answer the questions below. You are NOT required to in order to submit the form.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

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