Dylan is moving on

I had never stepped foot inside my new apartment until my arms were loaded with my computer parts and my dad was right behind me hauling my awkward chair up the harrowing staircase which led to the top floor. It was scary and uncomfortable. I was moving from a town of 1,500 people to OMAHA! …

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A Fond Farewell

Relax, relax, she didn’t pass away. She just took another job up the street. But goodness writing these things can feel like performing eulogies. The whole staff is sad for Molly to leave us, but we are also excited for her as she fulfills one of her goals of working as an interior designer. She’s …

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Final Words from The World’s Oldest Intern

For the last three months, our team has enjoyed the company of the “the world’s oldest intern,” Mr. Jim Wolf. As a Design, Interactivity & Media Arts instructor at Metropolitan Community College, Jim pursued a professional sabbatical to further his industry experience and bring that knowledge back to the classroom to better prepare his students for …

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Q&A with Jim Wolf

We are excited to announce the addition of Mr. Jim Wolf to the C3D team! As a Design, Interactivity & Media Arts instructor at Metropolitan Community College, Jim is on a professional sabbatical to further his industry experience and bring that knowledge back to the classroom to better prepare his students for their own careers. Check …

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Internship Initiation

Our new interns start a week from today! We’ve got some pretty fun things planned for them starting next week, but to kick it all off we have something special up our sleeves. We’ll be live-tweeting the events next Monday from our twitter account so you can watch the wacky antics unfold. The fun starts Monday …

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Announcing Our 2014 Summer Interns!

Molly Misek and Dan Kelly (coincidently both Creighton students) will be joining the Corporate Three Design team this summer to take part in our first internship program! We are super happy to have each of them on board and are excited for this summer to begin. Instead of writing some super lame introductions for each …

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