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Building a Business in College

No More Interviews featured Danielle on their Instagram, YouTube channel, and podcast. No More Interviews is a company that shares the raw, authentic, and personal stories of ambitious minority leaders to inspire others to overcome their fears.

Explore Danielle’s thought process as a student entrepreneur and the visionary of Dough 4 Degrees by watching the video and listening to the podcast below.

Listen to the podcast interview.

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Entrepreneurship in College

Danielle discusses her journey as an entrepreneur in college with a good friend and fellow entrepreneur, Kenny Horoho, during an April 2018 interview.

Listen to the podcast.

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How Does it Feel to Graduate Debt-Free?

Simply put, it feels great. However, that’s a surface level perspective. Watch the video below for a more in-depth perspective.

Subscribe to my personal YouTube channel and Dough 4 Degrees’ YouTube channel for more.

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Capitol Captures Collaboration

Dough 4 Degrees collaborated with Capitol Captures to produce some meaningful content. Danielle Jeffers, Founder of Dough 4 Degrees, LLC and Richard Randolph, Founder of Capitol Captures, are friends who met and studied at Virginia Tech. Danielle and Richard graduated from Virginia Tech in May 2019.

Watch the videos below to see what we created together!

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3 Ways Students Pay for College

College is expensive! The cost of one year at a four-year institution is more than some salaries. How do students pay for such an expensive investment?

Danielle Jeffers, Founder of Dough 4 Degrees, LLC, interviewed three random Virginia Tech students to see how they pay for their education. Watch the video below for a look into their college funding experiences and their perspectives on how paying for college will impact their lives.

Comment who you can relate to the most and what you noticed about their experiences below the video.

You can avoid the pitfall of student loan debt by earning scholarships to graduate debt-free. Subscribe to our YouTube channel for videos related to scholarship success.

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Goodbye Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter

Goodbye Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Hello YouTube and LinkedIn

A month ago, I made the decision to quit Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. I stopped using those platforms personally and professionally. If you search for me or Dough 4 Degrees on those apps, you will find our profiles. However, I’m no longer actively managing those pages.

I detailed the reasons why I quit social media aka Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter on my personal YouTube channel. Watch the video below for insight into how this change has impacted my life.

If you would like a look at my life beyond Dough 4 Degrees, then please subscribe to my personal YouTube channel. In the near future, I’ll be sharing my perspective on life as a 22-year-old debt-free graduate and a full-time entrepreneur.

You can watch the video below for “10 Lessons I Learned at 21.” This video is a must if you are 21 now or will be turning 21 soon.

Peace, blessings, prosperity, and love.


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Danielle Graduates Debt-Free


May 17, 2019. Blacksburg, VA. Virginia Tech.

Danielle Jeffers Graduated Debt-Free

B.A. in Communication

Magnum Cum Laude & Honors

Founder, Dough 4 Degrees, LLC

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Dough 4 Degrees is in the News!

Dough 4 Degrees has continued to impact students and families by sharing scholarship success principles that will allow them to graduate debt-free. Within the last month, we’ve been featured in five media outlets.

April 28, 2019: Auchtoctoness Assembly‘s Community Spotlight

“Auchtoctoness Assembly is a nonprofit Organization dedicated to raising up Indigenous Americans voices by using Genealogy, also known as family history, the study of families and the tracing of their lineages and history. Genealogists use oral interviews, historical records, genetic analysis, and other records to obtain information about a family and to demonstrate kinship and pedigrees of its members.” Listen to this interview to learn more about Danielle‘s indigenous ancestry.

May 14, 2019: No More InterviewsHide It in a Book Podcast

No More Interviews was founded by two aspiring entrepreneurs who created a platform to construct a bridge that connects entrepreneurs, business owners, travelers, and others following their passions with those who may be struggling to take that leap of faith, or are unsure of where to start. Kevin Stephenson and Corey Hackett-Greene, founders of No More Interviews, share raw, authentic and very personal stories from people throughout the entire world to let you know that what you want to achieve is absolutely possible.

Listen to this interview to learn more about the strategies behind the success of Dough 4 Degrees.

May 15, 2019: Virginia Tech‘s Class of 2019 Graduation Feature

“In the weeks leading up to graduation, Virginia Tech News has profiled several members of the Class of 2019. We’ve also included several video profiles of graduates. Congratulations to all graduates of the Class of 2019.” Danielle was featured in the Meet the Class of 2019 article.

Watch the full video.

May 17, 2019: The Roanoke Times‘ Virginia Tech Graduation Article

“The Roanoke Times is the primary newspaper in Southwestern Virginia and is based in Roanoke, Virginia, United States.” While describing the events that took place throughout the morning of graduation, Robby Korth who is a Roanoke Times higher education reporter, included a quote from Danielle. Read the full article, Frank Beamer lifts spirits during rain-delayed Virginia Tech graduation, for the quote and more.

May 17, 2019: Photos and Videos from Virginia Tech’s 2019 graduation

This article includes a summary of the highlights of graduation. Danielle is in the picture that features Growley II, a Labrador retriever, who is the canine ambassador for the Corps of Cadets.


Visit the “Press” page of Dough 4 Degrees’ website for a full list of all of our interviews, articles, and more. Contact us via email at for inquiries.


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10 Lessons I Learned at 21

College forces you to grow up quickly and identify what you need to do to become an independent adult. As a debt-free college student, I challenged myself to mature faster than my peers so I could tackle the world head on after graduation.

My 21st year of life was one of my hardest thus far, but it was filled with so many life lessons. Watch the video below for 10 lessons I learned at 21.

I would love to hear your thoughts in the comments. You can subscribe to my personal YouTube channel for a look at my life beyond Dough 4 Degrees.

If you would like scholarship success content, then please subscribe to Dough 4 Degrees’ YouTube channel.

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Dough 4 Degrees’ 2019 Scholarship Success Series

Do you need advice on how you can prepare to graduate from college debt-free? We hosted a 2019 Facebook Live Scholarship Success Series to teach you how.

On each of the following Sundays at 3 PM EST we spoke directly to a particular type of student.

February 24: High School Seniors

March 3: Undergraduate College Students

March 10: High School Juniors

March 17: High School Sophomores

March 24: High School Freshmen

Do you have any questions or concerns we can help you with? Let us know in the comments and subscribe to our YouTube channel for additional information.