by Robert Frederick When you volunteer, opportunities abound to develop skills – especially the 10 listed below. The more you practice these skills, the more valuable you become as an employee and the more confident you will be when called upon to use them in the workplace. Observing – Monitor and assessing the actions, behaviors,[…]
Passport for Good, a software startup that makes it easier for students and businesses to track community service hours, has raised more than $500,000. The company was started by Gayle Farman in 2015. Farman got the idea when her daughters were preparing to apply to college, and there was no easy way to track community service hours.
Ithaca College will begin to utilize the Passport for Good software platform to encourage and capture student and community engagement. It is the first college to join the service. The School of Business will spearhead the effort as the first academic unit of the college to use the Passport for Good system.