Welcome to our Press section!
Here you will find all relevant articles published about DCI and Devugees, the name of our program when we started in 2016.
The non-profit Digital Career Institute (DCI) supports people with different courses to start a new career path.
Helping the Long-term Unemployed
The long-term unemployed find it difficult to get back into the job market, with competition fierce for every job offer. Studies show that unemployment affects self-esteem and can be bad for your health. Re: looks at a number of initiatives including DCI, designed to help people back into work.
What are the benefits of IT bootcamps?
DCI & Delivery Hero launch Tech Academy with diverse cohort for a more representative tech industry.
DCI and Delivery Hero exclusive partnership to promote Diversity by Teaching Coding.
Luigi Pirrello and Dominik Baedorf from the DCI in a radio interview with Buonasera Düsseldorf.
DCI switched from physical classes to remote teaching within two days in response to the Corona crisis.
Interview with one of the founders of DCI, Steffen Zoller, who speaks about his daily routines and what working in a start-up is like.
The start-up week Düsseldorf generated an amazing donation of 7.000€ for the Devugee program of DCI.
Our DCI students visited the InVision headquarter in Düsseldorf. Read about this day from the company’s perspective.
International Rescue Committee
Game of Thrones Star Lena Headey wants to raise awareness for refugees. In 2018 she visited DCI to see what is possible.
In the Netflix series ‘Dogs’, the DCI campus in Berlin appears in the second Episode at minute 3:45. In the show a Syrian refugee takes part in DCI’s refugee training to become a Web Developer.
Devugees visit the mtc office in Berlin.
Felix talks about the Web Developer training with DCI in an interview at the Kölner Bildungsmesse.
Interview with Lisa who was employed with DCI as a career officer.
Interviews and stories of our students.
Devugees trains refugees to become web programmers. Read about the history and reasons why the program was founded.
The start-up Devugees wants to quickly integrate refugees into the German job market.
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