Digital Marketing Bootcamp
NEW empowers aspiring marketing leaders with the insights, experiences and connections to innovate real world scenarios in today’s evolving marketing landscape.
NEW Apprenticeship Online Digital Marketing Bootcamp provides an online collaborative, intimate digital format to help you gain the skill needed to stand out to potential employers.
Gain the experience that employers are seeking in the marketing industry.
- Interactive coursework that draws upon real world scenarios
- Networking opportunities with a diverse group of accomplished leaders
- Google Analytics and HubSpot certifications
Direct experience with digital advertising, marketing strategy, advanced analytics and reporting, marketing research, search engine optimization, content development and management, social media marketing, and email marketing.
By the end of the online program, you will have the skills, experience, and confidence needed to launch into an exciting new career in digital marketing.
Top 5 reasons why graduates choose new apprenticeship
Why new apprenticeship?
Valuable Industry Certifications
Gain two valuable industry certifications that will help you stand out among applicants.
1-on-1 job readiness coaching calls help you be better positioned for roles you apply for.
Work on impactful projects
Work on a inbound marketing campaign to show employers your marketing skills.
What people are saying about new apprenticeship
“I am so thankful and appreciative to have been a part of the New Apprenticeship marketing bootcamp. I had the pleasure of meeting and working with remarkable professionals in the industry who helped me understand key fundamentals of inbound marketing. The program manager provided me with great resources and the instructor was first-rate, always willing to help and answer any questions. Thanks to the program, I was able to receive my Google Analytics and Hubspot certifications and make valuable friendships. Soon after completing the program, I was hired as the marketing manager for a local non-profit.”