Lafayette, CO (May 31, 2019) –bulb Digital Portfolios, a modern learning tool for students and educators, is giving more than 22,000 graduating high school seniors a full year. The donation represents more than a half million dollars in corporate social responsibility.
“We believe every student ought to graduate with more than a diploma. We want them to be able to take their best work with them so they can continue to explore their passions, refine their interests and, most importantly, showcase their skills and competencies. Digital portfolios are the ticket to a successful future,” said Eric Goldreyer, CEO of bulb Digital Portfolios.
Students receiving the gift are graduating from schools where bulb is used to support learning. These 22,000 students join previous high school graduates who have leveraged their bulb digital portfolios to secure scholarships, internships and expedited placement in universities and industries.
Hope Braafladt from Coppell High School will bring a complete collection of her work to Oklahoma State University, where she plans on studying child and family services. “bulb has allowed me to keep my school work and projects organized and easy to access. It will be a great source for me to refer to throughout my freshman year at OK State,” Braafladt said.
About bulb Digital Portfolios
bulb is an award-winning digital portfolio simple enough to be used from K-8, beautiful enough for high school, college and career pursuits, and powerful enough to use for a lifetime of learning. Over one million bulbs have been created by students and educators from more than 120 countries. bulb is ad-free, complies with global data privacy and security policies and doesn’t sell user information to 3rd parties. bulb integrates with most LMS or SIS systems, including Microsoft Office 365, Google, Canvas, Schoology and Blackboard. bulb partners with Clever and ClassLink to provide single sign-on functionality. Learn more at https://my.bulbapp.com/.
Hope Braafladt during Coppell High School's graduation ceremony.