Following a hugely successful EU Code Week 2018, which engaged nearly three million citizens across the continent, the goal is to make it even bigger this year.

What constitutes employment is being redefined by frontier technologies, and the European Commission-backed Code Week is a great initiative for inspiring new learning and understanding of the opportunities they offer. Last year, more than 10% of European schools got involved and speaking to this younger generation is a major goal for EU Code Week.

“I am proud that the European Commission is a strong partner of EU Code Week. Only by working with the young generations and giving them enough opportunities to get ready for their future projects, Europe as a whole will succeed in the global digital race. Our goal is to involve at least half of all European schools in the EU Code Week by 2020, and so I encourage even more organisers to get on board and offer coding activities during the EU Code Week 2019,” said European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society Mariya Gabriel.

You can register your events now taking place from 5 to 20 October. 

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