A breakthrough year with remarkable impact

Deadly Coders 2023 Impact   2023 has been a breakthrough year for Deadly Coders: we substantially expanded our program delivery, established our charitable status, formalised governance and reporting structures, and proudly welcomed many new corporate and government program sponsors.  We’re honoured to have delivered programs to more than 1250 Indigenous students across the country, with… Continue reading A breakthrough year with remarkable impact

Marsh & Deadly Coders: An Exemplary Partnership for Indigenous STEM Education

In the past year, the collaboration between Deadly Coders and Marsh has borne remarkable fruit, serving as an exemplar of effective partnership in the realm of STEM education. In particular, a ‘pilot’ program was undertaken in Marsh’s Brisbane office, where students from The Murri School engaged in a three-day App Prototyping initiative, utilising a structured… Continue reading Marsh & Deadly Coders: An Exemplary Partnership for Indigenous STEM Education

Deadly Coders have achieved DGR status

In a significant stride towards its mission of driving positive change through technology and education, Deadly Coders is now registered as a Public Benevolent Institution (PBI) with Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status with the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).  This accomplishment marks a pivotal moment for the organisation and the communities it serves, opening up a… Continue reading Deadly Coders have achieved DGR status

Empowering futures: Deadly Coders’ Minitendo workshops inspire young indigenous minds.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UXRNMttl8Do Deadly Coders proudly hosted an exhilarating four days of Minitendo workshops for students from Hymba Yumba Independent School and Murri School. The workshop was delivered thanks to funding from Department of Industry, Science and Resources Makers Projects: Community STEM Engagement Grant.  Hosted on Yuggera and Ugarapul land at the Brisbane Lions home ground, Brighton… Continue reading Empowering futures: Deadly Coders’ Minitendo workshops inspire young indigenous minds.

Empowering Indigenous Futures: the handover of Deadly Coders to community governance

In a significant move towards promoting inclusivity and empowering Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) students in Australia, Junior Engineers has made a remarkable decision. The company, with the primary goal of encouraging more ATSI students to pursue STEM pathways, created the transformative program called Deadly Coders. Now, the program has been officially handed over… Continue reading Empowering Indigenous Futures: the handover of Deadly Coders to community governance