PHL Concentration Portfolio
D. Public Health Leadership Concentration Portfolio
The PHL Concentration Portfolio is an integrative tool designed to capture and demonstrate each student’s continuous learning – skills, knowledge, and ability – during students’ time at HSPH. All PHL Concentration students must compile a cumulative, leadership portfolio demonstrating objectives and progress, as well as growth and reflection during the Concentration experience. CPHL faculty and staff mentors will guide students through their leadership development experience and support the completion of the portfolio. Students will share their interim progress with mentors during two reflection checkpoints (Fall 2 and Spring 1) and compile a final synthesis upon completion of the Concentration. Students may also use the transferrable portfolio to share personal and professional growth for career and job search purposes.
Portfolio Completion: A completed portfolio includes a Gap Analysis, two Reflections, documentation of Concentration requirements A-C, and Synthesis.
Synthesis: As you wrap up your Public Health Leadership Concentration, you will be asked to summarize and reflect on your entire experience. It is up to you to select the best method to satisfy this requirement. We encourage you to be creative – it may be another reflection, a presentation, a video, a poem, photographs, or something else. The Synthesis should be submitted to Fawn Phelps and Michael McCormack. The deadline will be announced in Spring 2013.
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