Boeing has partnered with ThinkYoung to help teenage students learn the basics of programming during the Coding Summer School between the 4th and 8th of July in Brussels. Starting today, the Aviation Blog will follow the Coding Summer School during the entire week.
The 5 days long coding school has been designed for teenage students who will learn basics of coding and explore the exciting world of programming in a fun setting. The ambition of the joint project is to inspire Belgium’s young students and to help them shape their future career by introducing future job opportunities that digital skills could open up.
Coding is a new type of literacy and will be required in many future jobs, that is why Boeing is focused on preparing and inspiring students to gain fundamental, 21st Century skills through problem-based learning experiences.
“Digital know-how will play an increasingly important role in the future job market and we aim to inspire the next generations to learn new skills such as coding. We are excited about our partnership with ThinkYoung to help young people explore the exciting world of programming in a fun setting,” said Brian Moran, Boeing vice president, Government Affairs Europe.
Discover more about the Coding Summer School at www.codingsummerschool.comboeing