The Watervliet City School District will begin to provide Passport for Good as a resource for students to create customized portfolios of their engagement in school clubs and events and the service they provide to their community as volunteers.
Passport for Good and Junior Achievement of Northeastern New York have announced a collaboration, through which Junior Achievement will allow its participating students to earn stamps in their Passport for Good passports when they participate in Junior Achievement in their schools.
Passport for Good, a software solution that captures community engagement for organizations, has appointed Alicia Fuller of Gansevoort, NY as director of product and customer success.
The Coxsackie-Athens Central School District will begin to use the Passport for Good software platform to support the district’s ambitious community engagement program.
After 30-plus years in nonprofit health care services, Gayle Farman took a leap of faith: She quit her job and launched a tech startup.
Passport for Good, a software solution that captures community engagement for organizations, has appointed Russell Clarvoe of Oneonta, NY as a software developer.
Passport for Good and the New York State PTA today announced an alliance that will allow PTA members across the state to use the Passport for Good community engagement tool.
Green Tech High Charter School has signed on to use the Passport for Good software platform to enhance the school’s service learning program and encourage students’ community engagement. Green Tech enrolls approximately 360 boys in grades 9-12.
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.