I'm a CS student entering my third year of university. I am in a Co-op program, and finished two work terms. I am now applying for part time web developer/IT positions at my university (in a work-study program where full time students can apply for part time jobs related to their field) so that I can ensure I have enough money to pay off 4th year.
I have an online "portfolio" to showcase my web skills. I have an
about me section (brief summary of me), an
education section (where I mention a list of relevant courses I completed first and second year), and a
portfolio section where I have a list of projects I worked on for school / software developed during courses. But since most of my CS courses are math, I only have 2 significant software related projects to showcase. Is it okay if I fill this area up with my work term 1 and 2 review?
Basically, as a web/IT manager going through applications, would you want to see a students previous work term review in the "portfolio" section of his website when hiring for part time job?
Or is it something which should be saved when asked for references / questioned about previous employers during or after an interview?
Edits: I will be applying with a resume, and a link to my online portfolio will be on my resume. Also, my co-op work terms are related to the part time jobs I will be applying for.