Adults have LinkedIn. Teens have spikeview. Show the real you with an impressively organized portfolio – experiences, accomplishments, talents and interests. Use your skills to get discovered, nurture an invaluable network, and share your passions globally.
- You will own your data.
- We will NOT sell your data or provide it to anyone you have not chosen to connect with.
- You share only what you want, with whom you want, when you want.
Clean Photos & Background Images
Compelling Summary About You
Badges, Certificates, Trophies, Blogs...
Your Unique Motto
Hiring a high school or college student doesn’t need to be a gamble
Tracking the journey of Project Based Learning
Workforce Empowerment: Connecting young adults with local jobs
spikeview is Awesome! So much more than "LinkedIn for Kids" - I found most of my friends from a 3rd Grade Chess class, and I'm still in touch with my buddies from JHCTY Science Camp.
I love the positive energy and environment of my connections on spikeview. They are motivated kids following their hearts and making a difference. I love spikeview.
What a great platform. I founded an Entrepreneurship Club in high school with a couple of friends. We manage to keep everyone informed by using the Groups feature. So nice to not have the social media clutter.
spikeview has given Camp BizSmart students ownership of a secure place to collaborate, explore, and stay in touch with each other and with their mentors. At Camp BizSmart, we always look forward to seeing the creative profiles of our student entrepreneurs and being a key part of their journey.
I found an awesome internship - they were blown away when I shared the Presentation View from spikeview when applying. Makes me look like a million bucks!
spikeview has energized the conversation among our Camp BizSmart student entrepreneurs: It provides a place to focus on their goals, while helping them to build drive and motivation, in a positive and a supportive, secure social environment for open communication and collaboration
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