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DCI launches scholarship for underrepresented minorities in tech

Posted by Karissa Rodriguez on July 22, 2020
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Topics: For Recent Grads, Apprenticeship, Digital Marketing, Bridging the Skills Gap, Technology, Data Analysis

My Truth as a Digital Marketing Apprentice

Posted by Astrid Platas on June 29, 2020


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Topics: For Recent Grads, Apprenticeship, Digital Marketing

How to Launch a Data analyst career with no experience

Posted by Paul Korzeniowski on June 10, 2020

You need experience and training credentials to get a data analyst job, but you also need a job to get experience and to pay for the classes. How can you work that? Well, we've complied our top tips to help you break into the data analyst field by sharing how you can develop skills that are in demand, building up your professional social media profile, and how volunteering can transform you from the unemployed to the happily working just to name a few.

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Topics: Training, For Recent Grads, Skills Gap, Talent Gap, Bridging the Skills Gap, Technology, Data Analytics


Posted by Sofia Treviño on February 26, 2020

If you’re looking for a sign, this is it! I interviewed current apprentice, Geraldo Alvarez, to get the inside scoop.

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Topics: For Recent Grads, Skills Gap, Apprenticeship, Digital Marketing, Best Practices on Bridging the Talent Gap, Talent Gap, Digital, Marketing, Bridging the Skills Gap

How to Actively Manage Up Your Career

Posted by Aurora Geis on October 31, 2019

Do you have a plan to build your professional career? Do you even know where to begin? Or what goes into developing a career with relevant skills? And where do you start? An important skill in managing your career is communication!  Communicate how your work is adding value to your organization, your boss and stakeholders. The timing in communicating your work/deliverables includes frequent updates as you hit (or miss) milestones in your work and when you have completed the work.  A couple of tips to remember as you communicate your progress: 

  1. Notice how you are building your knowledge, skills, experience during a project/task. These tasks are building blocks to your “technical” skills.
  2. Provide frequent updates to encourage feedback from your boss and stakeholders on your progress. Creating awareness on where you are in the work, allows you to pivot and remain in sync on the latest priorities that could present an opportunity to build your skills.
  3. Be aware of how you are leveraging your strengths. For example, if your strength is to be a bridge builder, share how you were able to obtain feedback from the team and or your customers to forge and or strengthen relationships toward the completion of the work/task. 
  4. Ultimately, the goal is to share how your skills and strengths are being multiplied or leveraged, to continuously improve and grow the organization, as you serve your boss and internal and external customers. 

Keep in mind that the core message in completing the work is not on "technical" skill alone, you need to include "interpersonal" or "emotional intelligence" skills.  Combining your technical and interpersonal skills build defining moments in building the leader that is within you - these skills eventually becomes your brand. The benefit of communicating these messages over time will help you build a pathway to grow your career.

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Topics: For Recent Grads

Inside the Millennial Mind [Infographic]

Posted by Rachel Mathison on April 11, 2019

Article By: Erika Woods 

Infographic By: Rachel Mathison

We sat down with Aurora Geis, the Director of National Strategic Partnerships at Digital Creative Institute to discuss how millennials are shaping their communities and workplaces. She gave us great insight into what top characteristics really stand out for this generation. These are eight key values that shape the millennial mind.

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Topics: For Recent Grads