Coding Dojo

Donovan An of Coding Dojo gives a demonstration in Mount Vernon in May 2018 to three Anacortes Middle School sixth graders.

BOISE — A coding school has partnered with the Idaho Department of Labor to help fill computer programming jobs in the Treasure Valley.

Coding Dojo, a national coding school with a branch in Boise, announced in a news release Friday it would partner with the department of labor to pair its graduates with apprenticeship programs at a number of local companies.

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Those participating in the program will go through a 14-week training followed by a 6-month apprenticeship with local hiring partners such as Vynyl, TeschGlobal and Go West Robotics, according to the news release.

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