The average salary of all Kenzie graduates is $55-$90k, and the majority of our students land a job offer before graduation. Our national network of employer partners assists with job placement and advises our curriculum to equip students with the skills they need to get hired.
Graduates are prepared to work as Digital Marketing Specialists, Brand/Social Media Managers, and Content Strategists - positions CNN has listed in the Top 100 careers in the U.S. Kenzie is a college alternative - more practical and in-depth than a bootcamp, shorter and more focused on job placement than a traditional university.
Our Digital Marketing program is only 6 months long and 100% online, taught on weekday evenings and one Saturday per month. This format is called “Executive Education” because it allows you to maintain full-time work.
Kenzie immerses you in a project-based curriculum, giving you time to absorb the material and apply it in real-life situations (unlike a bootcamp). You’ll form a lasting network made up of classmates, expert instructors, and Kenzie’s employer partners.
Remote students enjoy the same level of project collaboration and instructor guidance as students on-campus.
This quick course will introduce you to some basic terms and concepts like “buyer persona” and “the marketing funnel.” You’ll get a general overview of this specialization to help you decide if it’s the right career path for you. Learn More
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Head of Digital Marketing
Danica began her career at Vanberg & DeWulf, the nation's oldest Belgian beer importer, where she led Digital Marketing. She was an early employee at Thumbtack, has held various product and marketing management roles at tech companies like Automatic Labs (acquired by SiriusXM in 2017) and Zillow Group, and enjoys coaching people and startups. Outside of work, she enjoys boxing and lifting to (hopefully) counterbalance her culinary adventures.
Digital Marketing Instructor
Sharmin is a writer, editor, and digital strategist with more than a decade of experience in content marketing, corporate communications, and social media management. A veteran of the Indianapolis tech community, she has helped manage brand transitions for B2B SaaS companies, consulted early-stage startups, and shaped content strategy for rapidly growing scale-ups. When she’s not at work, Sharmin’s in her kitchen cooking, actively being a music snob, or in her backyard playing with her son.
Digital Marketing Facilitator
Kaitlyn is passionate about digital story-telling and puppies. She’s worked in Strategy, Production and Client Partnership across iconic national and global brands. Kaitlyn started her career helping to launch Valspar Paint, and after moving to the east coast, has spent her time gaining deep digital on clients such as Merrill Lynch, Hyundai, Verizon, Maybelline, Fancy Feast, Samsung, and Glenfiddich. On weekends, she enjoys flea markets and spending time with her dog #BagleDogTheBeagleDog.
Digital Marketing Facilitator
Angela has been a marketer for 17 years, managing content, strategy, and communications data for a variety of international companies and nonprofits. She is now a freelance marketing consultant, graphic designer, and co-founder of Bantam Marketing Co. - executing strategies designed to convert and providing her own unique brand of one-on-one marketing coaching to clients around the world. When she’s not working, she enjoys traveling, bingeing Real Housewives, and quality tacos and tequila.