A Reaction to Millennial Debt (by a Millennial)

Posted by Matt Urban on September 13, 2018

A recent Lending Tree report on the average Millennial Debt (excluding mortgage) has been making the rounds on social media over the past couple days.

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Topics: For Recent Grads, For Small or Medium Enterprises

Brand Ambassador Program is Set to Launch

Posted by Corinne Bates on July 25, 2018

We are excited to announce our new brand ambassador program here at DCI!

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Topics: For Recent Grads, Insider

Get What You Give: Real Apprentices Share About What It Takes

Posted by Corinne Bates on July 19, 2018

Are you interested in being or hiring a DCI Apprentice? Since all of our apprentices work with different companies, each experience is unique. Everyone comes into the apprenticeship with different backgrounds, expectations, and goals.

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Topics: For Recent Grads

5 Brilliant Ways Volunteering Can Help Develop Your Career

Posted by Davone Hills on March 8, 2018

Entering the working world? Thinking of making a career change? Do you need some experience or new skillsets to increase your marketability in the job hunt?

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Topics: For Recent Grads, Training

Video Production with Founder of Storytelling for Entrepreneurs

Posted by Alexis Bonilla on January 17, 2018

You’ve heard of creative storytelling - it comes in the form of movies, videos, books, and more. But what have you heard about creative storytelling for a business or company? You’ve probably seen it done, but haven’t heard much on how to do it with excellence. Well, we recently heard from someone who’s changing all of that. Storytelling for Entrepreneurs Founder, Lyn Graft, has been some of the world’s most iconic companies’ go-to guy when they want to tell their stories in an authentic way. Lyn has been recognized for his work across many prominent platforms.

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Topics: Insider, For Recent Grads

5 Ways to Prove Your Value by Showing Results to Your Boss

Posted by Sarah Davis on October 17, 2017

For marketers and professionals, both young and old, mentorship and learning from others is essential. Once per month, Digital Creative invites an experienced mentor to an apprentice session to share their background and advice based on things they’ve learned in their career. This month our topic was how to prove your value and move up the ladder from entry level to executive in a corporate environment.

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Topics: For Recent Grads