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Education is a collaborative effort. We’re proud to work with the following organizations on projects to help people from across Canada gain new skills.
Code Create Teach in partnership with Kids Code Jeunesse
February 2018 - Ongoing
With funding from the Government of Canada
Designed to provide teachers in every province and territory with the confidence and tools needed to bring the fundamentals of computational thinking and coding into the classrooms. LHL supported 2,703 teachers through over 100 free one-day introductory workshops on coding and computational thinking.
Indigenous Tech Talent Development in partnership with First Nations Technology Council (FNTC)
2017 - Ongoing
The Bridging to Technology program provides Indigenous youth with comprehensive wrap-around training and services they need to pursue specialized training in a technical field. 73% of graduates to date are working in developer or tech related roles.
Women Learning to Code in partnership with International Development Relief Fund and United Way
April 2018 - Ongoing
Women Learn to Code provided 60 women between the ages of 18 – 29 with 30 hours of programming language training. 12 women went on to participate in a full-time program, with 6 completing it to date and five obtaining careers as developers within 90 days of graduation. All 6 women who graduated also returned in 2019 to mentor the next cohort of IDRF students at Lighthouse Labs.
BC Teaching Teachers
Yukon Government Remote Bootcamp
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