WhiteHat Jr is the web’s leading live, one-on-one platform for teaching computer coding and math. Recently, the company’s team announced an all-new partnership with the Indian non-governmental organization Child Rights and You.
You and child Rights is committed to working toward ensuring happier childhoods for all children. The organization will partner with WhiteHat Jr, engaging with and inspiring its students to motivate them to participate in social causes.
Students will be invited by Child Rights and You to create mobile applications designed to benefit causes centered around social impact. These students will then be certified by the organization for their efforts. It’s hoped that these will result in a tremendous variety of real-world apps envisioned to help society create a better tomorrow.
“We receive hundreds of ideas every month from students who want to develop mobile applications that support the underprivileged or help contribute to society,” explains a WhiteHat Jr representative. “This non-for-profit worldview for kids is particularly inspiring, and we’re delighted to partner with Child Rights and You to reinforce it,” they continued.
At inception, Whitehat Jr reviewed the landscape of the educational technology space and was launched to transform the world’s children into creators. Through its celebrated and ever-growing curriculum, students learn logic, structure, sequence, algorithmic thinking, and more. The students are then prompted to use their new skills by creating everything from animations to applications.
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In just the past two years alone, WhiteHat Jr students have created hundreds of mobile applications focused on themes surrounding social justice. Apps successfully created by its students center upon food and blood donation to education, elder care, and child support.
Established in 2018, WhiteHat Jr has already organized approximately 8.5 million cumulative classes globally. The platform currently employs more than 11,000 teachers. To date, students from over 100 countries have signed up for its courses.
Child Rights and You, meanwhile, was founded in 1979. In the four decades since, the organization has grown to work with upwards of 100 individual nonprofits and countless other good causes across India. During this time, Child Rights and You has positively impacted the lives of over three million children.
With similar topics central to the work of Child Rights and You, it’s hoped that its partnership with the online learning platform will prompt more of the same. Chief among Child Rights and You’s goals is ensuring that today’s kids are more attuned and empathetic toward others. With that in mind, they’re positioned to help find solutions for a better tomorrow.