Students, learn new tech skills and provide meals to children in need
Spend an hour checking out the Master the Mainframe coding challenge and IBM will donate four meals to World Food Programme’s #ShareTheMeal initiative.
To celebrate the season of giving, we’re launching a tech for good campaign as part of the Master the Mainframe enterprise coding contest. For students who spend an hour checking out IBM’s enterprise computing coding challenge, IBM will donate four meals to World Food Programme’s #ShareTheMeal initiative.
All you have to do is complete Level 1 of our free tech skill-building platform — an hour of your time.
While you learn new enterprise computing skills and languages not often taught in school, you can also earn badges, win prizes, gain access to scholarship money, receive invites to special events, gain access to employers, and land a high-paying job.
For more details, check out the video Have you Taken Part in IBM Z’s #DoubleTheMeal Coding Challenge?
Join us and register today … and don’t forget to share this opportunity with other students to enable everyone you know to join and help us all #ShareTheMeal!