Studying business at Muhlenberg aims to develop the whole person and connect academic work with personal and professional development. Toward this, all Business Administration majors complete an ePortfolio highlighting academic and personal work that shines a light on your accomplishments and projects throughout your four years at Muhlenberg. Business students start their ePortfolio while taking the Operations and Information Systems class, and then maintain it through to the end of the Business CUE in their senior year.  Along the way, assignments and accomplishments are added from other experiences and course work, and shaped with feedback from ePortfolio Coaches.  

Your ePortfolio is a collection of digital materials that you will organize and present to show your learning journey over time. Your ePortfolios can relate to specific academic fields in business and the liberal arts, your collegiate learning process, and your other accomplishments on- and off-campus. Evidence may include writing samples, photos, videos, research reports and analysis, observations by mentors and peers, and/or reflective thinking.

ePortfolios are a great marketing tool for internships and jobs that will help you  establish your professional identify, develop a personal branding strategy, and prepare you for life during and after college.

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The Color of Love

Sienna Fusco is a Business Administration and Self-Design Major. In the summer of 2015, Sienna was inspired to combine her passions in business, art, and helping others by starting her own business.