Students in middle school have the opportunity to earn a Dyn University certificate by completing three eight-week courses in software development.This program provides hands-on opportunities for the students to learn concepts of computer programming. The first of the three courses will start next Wednesday, February 18.
The program in Software Development Fundamentals is offered by SEE Science Center and Dyn, Inc. for 7th and 8th graders. There is a cost for the course, but need-based scholarships are available.
Tech companies, such as Manchester-based Dyn, have long been looking to find ways to educate future work-force talent to ensure that they have the talent that they need to grow their companies. In collaboration with the Technology & Innovation Academy at SEE, Dyn University is introducing this new certification program for middle school students. It will prepare students to pursue a technology-focused curriculum in their high school and college career.
For more information, contact Dr. Ali Rafieymehr: email@example.com.