Digital Workshop Center is a staple in the Fort Collins Community. As Fort Collins has evolved over 10 years, DWC has been right here growing too. It all started in 2006 with a vision of disrupting the education model. Stu Crair wanted to offer a way to learn that truly impacted the student. Ten years later, Digital Workshop Center has proven the live instructor model to be effective.read more
For classes taught by Christina Brodzky, here are some of her favorite websites you should know about.read more
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DWC is an Adobe Authorized Training Center – Changes to Adobe Classes and New BootcampsI am writing to you today to tell you about some of the exciting changes we are implementing here at Digital Workshop Center. We are officially in our 10th year of business at Digital Workshop Center and I couldn’t be more excited about the upgrades and new additions to our classes and programs we are bringing into our catalog!
Allied Women Entrepreneurs offers a variety of meetings, workshops, events, and programs each month. All events are open to the public; individuals do not have to be members of AWE to attend our events, although we encourage interested women to join. We also offer a scholarship program for women who would like to take classes or attend conferences that will help them further their knowledge and experience as business owners.read more
Professional Development planning can be tough. Many organizations require hours of extended learning opportunities per year. The challenge is finding a program that both delights the learner, increases their knowledge, and makes them better at their career. When making a plan for the upcoming fiscal year professional development program, evaluate the method of delivery.read more
Megan Baker is a Coworker and the Community Manager at Digital Workshop Center. She plans the community calendar and you can find her smiling face in the coworking space on most days.read more