IJYI support Suffolk libraries to give young people access to programming training


We are delighted to announce that IJYI will again be supporting Suffolk Library in it’s aim to give young people access to programming training.

During the summer holidays Ipswich Library will be running two “CoderDojo” events. In this fun, social environment young people from age 7-17 will be able to try out programming and maybe even start their journey into building their coding skills for a future career in the IT sector! Developers from IJYI will be on hand to help and make this a really engaging event for attendees.

“This event is a great first step on the journey into programming for young people. The whole team at IJYI feel really strongly about encouraging young people into the tech sector and this is a great opportunity to come and spend some time with really experienced Developers and have a go at programming. We had some fantastic feedback about the CoderDojo event last year so come along and see what it’s all about!” Laura Hood, Marketing Manager, IJYI.

The team at Ipswich Library put this event on for free but booking is required. You can book through eventbrite on the links below or pop into the library:

CoderDojo 8th August

CoderDojo 22nd August 

Bring your own laptop, but don’t worry if you don’t have your own we will have some available for use on the day. Under 12s must be accompanied by an adult.


Photo credit: Suffolk Libraries

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