IT-Trampoline scholarship project allows financing additional programming and robotics classes for children from poor families. The aim of the courses is to equalize the chances of young people in access to "the future professions" and learning through play.
IT-Trampoline - Learning the “professions of the future” through play
The Aurea Libertas Institute has been supporting youth education for years and promoting the use of modern technologies in society, appreciating the opportunities offered by the Internet and new technologies in this area. One of the manifestations is the IT-Trampoline scholarship project. It allows financing additional programming and robotics classes for children from poor families in Cracow. The aim of the courses is to equalize the chances of young people in access to "future professions".
In addition to the cyclical activities, as part of Trampoline-IT, we also organized numerous events and initiatives.
Classes for children with DPD in the field of robotics (18.07.18)
We organized classes for 70 people in the field of robotics for children aged 5-12 and programming for children of the Aid Works for children over 12 years of age. The donator financing the classes was the Digital University Foundation (http://www.digitaluniversity.pl/)