Are you ready to fast-track your career growth?
DCI is applying an old school learning approach to a new tech field: apprenticeship. What does a digital marketing apprenticeship entail?
An apprenticeship program does require work; however, DCI apprentices like Casey Lizaso understand they are making an investment to gain years knowledge in a single year.
“Real growth comes from putting knowledge in context. DCI gives apprentices that context by connecting them with real professionals in the field and replacing theory with practice.”
A lack of marketing experience and results keep a lot of young, entry-level digital marketers from landing a job. As a DCI apprentice, you’ll gain experience through real-world projects involving actual budgets, real clients, and results you help impact during this 12-month program.
We accomplish this by:
Get a mentor that will help you throughout your career.
Hands-on learning from active digital marketing experts.
Personalized coaching & goal setting to track your growth.
Tailored courses to help you in your specific career track.
The apprenticeship model is an establish learning method used for centuries: the goal is to actively learn from current professionals.
Universities are measured by their enrollment (tuition paying students) not graduates securing jobs. Other issues are:
The democratization of education is extraordinarily beneficial: however, there are still limitations with online learning programs:
The Digital Creative Institute overcomes all these challenges and more through the apprenticeship model by:
Apprenticeship is not for everyone. However, for those who embrace the challenge – growth in a year – they’ll discover new levels of personal and professional achievement.
Consider the following questions before you apply: