Lenovo’s impactful laptop donation provides hands-on support for Deadly Coders program participants

In October 2023, Deadly Coders was delighted to receive a game-changing donation from Lenovo. The donation, consisting of 20 Lenovo laptops, had an immediate and profound impact on Deadly Coders’ program delivery. Immediately putting the laptops to use, Deadly Coders deployed the new devices to our two-day Minitendo programs, running at Queensland University of Technology,… Continue reading Lenovo’s impactful laptop donation provides hands-on support for Deadly Coders program participants

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

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

Immersive coding programs now available to 300 kids, in partnership with Shell Energy

Deadly Coders is thrilled to announce a new three-year partnership with Shell Energy from June 2023  This collaboration aims to provide Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students across Australia with exciting opportunities to explore and ignite their passion for STEM learning. Over the coming three years, Shell Energy’s funding will allow Deadly Coders to deliver… Continue reading Immersive coding programs now available to 300 kids, in partnership with Shell Energy

Yarrabah Workshop inspires at Tropical Innovation Festival

The Wugu Nyambil Yarrabah Accelerator & Business Hub, supported by Deadly Innovation, Advance Queensland, engaged Deadly Coders to deliver a Deadly Coding Day for 15 Yarrabah High School Students in June as part of the 2023 Tropical Innovation Festival. “It was so much fun, I wished we could do this at Yarrabah school” Participating student.… Continue reading Yarrabah Workshop inspires at Tropical Innovation Festival