Since Russia’s preliminary assault on Ukraine, 53% of Ukrainian residents have misplaced their jobs and over 4.5 million have been compelled to flee the nation, in response to CodeGym, the Ukrainian on-line course for studying Java programming.
Due to this, CodeGym introduced the launch of a particular donation program to assist Ukrainians which have been severely impacted by the struggle.
The corporate is matching each buy of month-to-month and yearly subscriptions with two donations to Ukrainian residents with a view to assist those that are struggling begin a brand new profession in IT.
For a restricted time, CodeGym can provide 5,000 unemployed Ukrainians free entry to the corporate’s Java instructional platform to assist them get again on their toes and begin contemporary with a brand new profession.
Present CodeGym customers even have the flexibility to increase their subscription by means of the donation program with a view to present the identical restricted time subscription to 2 Ukrainians in want.
The donated subscriptions shall be given to those that are internally displaced, refugees, in addition to Ukrainians who’ve misplaced their jobs in several elements of the nation, together with probably the most hostile areas.
“We stick with our nation and proceed to do what we do greatest, to show individuals how you can program. Together with your assist, we may give 5,000 unemployed Ukrainians an opportunity to begin constructing their future profession. I sincerely hope that our new college students will apply the acquired expertise in peaceable Ukraine and it is going to be very quickly,” mentioned Alex Yelenevych, co-founder and chief advertising/product officer at CodeGym.
Those that don’t want to be taught Java however nonetheless wish to assist can donate a subscription right here.