LEVEL Named Agency of Record for Dunwoody College of Technology

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Dunwoody picks LEVEL for creative and media.

LEVEL, a global brand and reputation firm, announces it has been named agency of record for Dunwoody College of Technology, the only non-profit, private, technical college in the Upper Midwest that offers associate and bachelor’s degrees as well as a variety of certificate and diploma programs.

LEVEL will use its proprietary research tools to determine the best ways to reach and attract prospective students, communicating that a Dunwoody degree means more in the market.

“Dunwoody is a well respected institution of higher learning among alumni, faculty and employers who are all passionate about the education and level of support the school provides,” said Kim Thelen, LEVEL’s vice president of strategic planning and client service. “Dunwoody is truly recognized for its instrumental role in the career paths of its students. LEVEL looks forward to helping the college leverage its amazing reputation as it seeks to grow in the coming years.”

Founded in 1914, Dunwoody has trained more than 250,000 men and women for technical careers. The college, recognized as one of the top technical schools in the United States, is known for its consistently high rate of placement of its graduates in industries including automotive, building and construction, computer technology, graphic design technology, health sciences, interior design and robotics.

"We want to build on the past successes and rich history of Dunwoody to educate the highly-skilled workforce of the future," said Dave Jarzyna, Director of College Relations and Admissions. "With LEVEL's insight, we are excited to determine the best ways to share our story, bring new students to Dunwoody and expose new audiences to the vast range of opportunities at Dunwoody."

LEVEL is a global brand, marketing and communications firm headquartered in Minneapolis. LEVEL was founded over 20 years ago by John Foley, CEO and author of Balanced Brand, How to Balance the Stakeholder Forces That Can Make or Break Your Business. For further information about LEVEL visit http://www.levelbrand.com or call (612) 338-8000.

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