Over the course of participating in the classroom, this is the second of three master documents to which you will refer:

  1. 11th Grade Classroom Narratives
  2. My Profile
  3. Résumé

Create your ‘My Profile Form, which are similar to the instructions for setting up your narrative document):

  • Ensure that you are logged into your Google Account.
  • Click here to access the My Profile Form.
  • Make a copy of the document, replace ‘Copy of [Your Name]’ with your name so that the new name of the document is ‘John Smith – My Profile.’ Remember to take care to properly capitalize your name. It is important that you make an effort to use correct grammar and punctuation as you begin to develop writing skills that are to be expected of a college-bound student. 
  • Select ‘SHARE’ in the upper right hand corner of your screen and enter the email addresses of all of the people to whom your document is to be shared, such as the course instructor (cpc@collegeplanningcohort.com), your mentor or facilitator, and your parent(s).
  • Complete the profile form with all of the requested information, such as activities, classes taken, grades earned, community, leadership, and awards for each year of middle school. 
  • Carefully and thoughtfully completing your profile will greatly assist when you complete your résumé as you will need to refer to your activities, community service, and leadership.

Note: ‘First Gen’ refers to whether either or your parents have graduated from college.

Upload and Share the following documents: 

Over the course of participating in the classroom, this is the second of three master documents to which you will refer:

  • Upload a copy of the following documents to your Google Drive:
    • Most recent copy of your high school transcript
    • A copy of your SAT/ACT Score Reports (if taken)
  • Select ‘SHARE’ in the upper right hand corner of your screen and enter the email addresses of all of the people to whom your documents are to be shared, such as the course instructor (cpc@collegeplanningcohort.com), your mentor or facilitator, and your parent(s).