Supplement your college application with a LifeStream portfolio!

As Colleges are working harder to have a more holistic approach to their admission process, character and life skills have become an increasingly important part of the college admission process. In addition to academic strength, athletic or artistic talent, and/or community service efforts, colleges are working to figure out ways to assess character and life skills such as leadership, critical thinking, creativity, and more all within the admission process.  LifeStream is here to help!

Save your projects, best academic work, achievements, awards, community service, and more in a LifeStream Digital Memory Box®.  Ideally you should start saving items prior to your application year (ie: Freshman, Sophomore, or Junior year), but you are not too late even as a High School senior.

When needed, show a college more about who you are and what you can do through a LifeStream portfolio. Feature applicable science or other projects, samples of your writing, athletic or artistic talent, community service efforts and more, including life skills and character, by simply selecting memories and/or media from your LifeStream Digital Memory Box and LifeStream will generate a custom, digital portfolio for you in an easy-to-view format!

And, there’s no limit to the number of custom LifeStream portfolios you can create. We understand you may have to show different “views” of yourself depending on where you are applying and/or who you are sending your portfolio.

Start LifeStreaming today with our 30-day FREE trial so you can be prepared when you are applying to college!

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Plus, continue to save information in your memory box so you are prepared to supplement your application for a job/internship.  Start your 30-day FREE trial now!

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