Adam Briggs knew he had the talent and the drive to succeed in the creative industry. What he didn’t have was a portfolio. He also wasn’t quite sure what university programs looked for in a portfolio. And since Adam was hoping to get into Cap’s prestigious IDEA program, he needed something exceptional. “This is a hugely competitive industry,” says Adam. “You really need something that shows people what you can do—that gets you noticed.” That’s where the Portfolio Place came in. Part of Cap’s Continuing Education offerings, it offers short courses and workshops that will whip portfolios into shape. Adam adds, “The Portfolio Place helped me refine my existing pieces, and let me know what kinds of pieces creative programs look for. I saved lots of time because I could focus on pieces that mattered, and I was able to wow the enrolment committee. Now I’m an IDEA student and loving every minute.”

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