May 14, 2019 | By

Spring CoderDojo Sessions begin this June in Boston

Saturday, June 1st marks the start to Mission Possible’s spring session of CoderDojo at LogMeIn’s Boston HQ! The program, led by Jeremy Sutton, Senior Software Engineer at LogMeIn and Tyler Parrott, Technical Program Manager at Amazon Robotics, will teach children ages 7-17, web development languages such as Javascript, CSS and MIT Media Lab’s free programming language, Scratch.

At LogMeIn, we believe that computer programming is crucial for our global youth community and is a vital skill as technology becomes one of the fastest growing sectors and more and more programming jobs open up. While every child that learns to code may not want to write code for a living, they can benefit from the problem-solving skills, creativity and innovation that comes with each Dojo session. Because of this, it’s no surprise that Mission Possible has partnered with CoderDojo for 6 years by providing grants, product licenses, volunteer support and sponsorships. In addition to our Boston office, we run Dojos for youth in Budapest and Bangalore.

The upcoming spring Dojo sessions will be held at the following dates and times:

  • Saturday, 6/1 from 1-2:30pm
  • Saturday, 6/15 from 1-2:30pm
  • Saturday, 6/29 from 1-2:30pm

We can’t wait to see what kind of creative ideas our returning kids after the winter break and helping newcomers get to the point where programming is fun and their creativity gets rewarded!

To sign up for an upcoming session click here. Come, code and let’s innovate!




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