In 2018, BNY Mellon began an exciting collaboration with Irish charity, the CoderDojo Foundation, part of the Raspberry Pi Foundation. Both organisations deliver crucial work to develop coding and technology expertise in young people, empowering them to be the next technology leaders of their generation.
This spring, BNY Mellon are Platinum sponsors of the Foundation’s largest showcase event, Coolest Projects International, in Dublin, Ireland. Taking place on Sunday 5 May, it encourages thousands of 7-17 year olds to design and share their technology creations. The event is free to enter and attend, and was set up seven years ago to inspire and reward innovation, creativity, entrepreneurship and technology skills.
BNY Mellon employees from the Dublin, Cork and Wexford offices will be judging the technology creations on the day and also showcasing BNY Mellon's own 'cool project', built by BNY Mellon employees. The collaboration enables BNY Mellon to share its expertise with the ambition of encouraging 7-17 year olds to consider careers in technology.
BNY Mellon has been supporting Junior Achievement Ireland (JAI) since 2007 to help them achieve their mission.MORE ABOUT JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT IRELAND
Sarah Kenefick and David Kelly, site heads at BNY Mellon’s offices in Cork, describe the organisation’s commitment to community partnership in Ireland.SUPPORTING OUR LOCAL COMMUNITIES
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