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CAM Portfolio (All Areas)

Open/Download the CAM Portfolio Timeline for 2015-16

Download the CAM Survival Guide created by Bobbie Willis for her Journalism CAM students.

Here is a general CAM Portfolio Scoring Guide, for you to get the idea, but each CAM has their own specific scoring rubric.

Help for the following CAM Portfolio elements is available by clicking the links!

# 1: Table of Contents
Statement of Originality and Confidentiality

DIVIDER 1 – INTRODUCTION

# 2: CAM Agreement
# 3: CAM Program Brochure (If you can, get the brochure for your own program.)
# 4: Personal Statement

DIVIDER 2 – CAREER FOUNDATIONS

# 5: Resumé & Cover Letter
# 6: Mock Interview Feedback & Scoresheet
# 7: Applications (Employment & College/Program)
(Here’s a little more about “Marketing Yourself“)
# 8: Letter of Recommendation  & Personal Data Sheet from Naviance
# 9: Transcript(s) (South, LCC, UO)
# 10: CRLS Folder (“Career & Education Plan”)

DIVIDER 3 – CAM PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS – CAM program teacher will provide program specifics for items #11-#15

# 11: CAM-specific Requirement Checklist
# 12: Outside-of-Class Hours Log Sheet (25 hours)
# 13: CAM Work Samples (3-5)
# 14: Oral Communication Skills Evaluation (Speaking Scoring Guide)
# 15: CAM Major CRLS Evaluation

DIVIDER 4 – WRITTEN COMMUNICATION SKILLS

# 16: Writing Samples (CAM and other classes: 3-5 samples)
# 17: CAM Reflection Essay – The CAM Reflection Essay is specific to each program. This form is a good place to start but a check-in with your teacher/advisor should be done before writing it.

DIVIDER 5 – OTHER INTERESTS AND ACTIVITIES

# 18: Other High School and Personal Interests
Dance Team, Debate Team, Choir, Orchestra, Volunteer Activities, Scholarships, Honors and Awards, Sports, Hobbies, etc.