We’re proud to announce that we recently earned the prestigious iKeepSafe certification achieved by proving its technology used by children and in educational settings meets demanding state and federal safety and security standards governing student data privacy. iKeepSafe (the Internet Keep Safe Coalition) aims to provide a safe digital landscape for children, Read more about Passport for Good earns iKeepSafe certification, the highest standard of student data privacy compliance[…]
Passport for Good recently announced affiliations with four Capital Region human service organizations: City Mission of Schenectady; Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless and Trinity Alliance of the Capital Region, both located in Albany; and Unity House, located in Troy. The four organizations will be able to strengthen their connectedness with local schools, students and families Read more about Passport for Good Affiliates with Local Human Services Organizations[…]
It was in pursuit of raising charitable children that Gayle Farman found her life’s work.
The Anti-defamation League (ADL) has joined forces with Passport for Good to utilize Passport for Good’s ability to verify and record community engagement activities of students and educators.
ADL has joined forces with Passport for Good in order to utilize Passport for Good’s ability to verify and record community engagement activities of students and educators.
The company is moving into designated tax-free space within the Quackenbush Building at 333 Broadway in Troy as part of the Start-Up New York program paired with Hudson Valley Community College.
Passport for Good, a software solution that captures community engagement for students, schools and community organizations, is joining the Hudson Valley Community College START-UP NY program. The company is moving into designated tax-free space within the Quackenbush Building on Broadway in Troy and plans to invest more than $50,000 into the downtown Troy economy and create new technology jobs locally.
Three years ago, the Harvard Graduate School of Education released Turning the Tide of College Admissions, a report outlining recommendations for counting kindness in the college admissions process. It addressed the academic pressure on students and the need to show students they are more than a test score.
Troy, N.Y. — The schools of Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Central School District are now able to provide Passport for Good, a software solution that captures community engagement for students, schools and community organizations, as a resource for their students, enabling them to create customized portfolios of their engagement in school clubs and events and the service they provide as volunteers in their community.