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About Us

To guarantee an unforgettable experience for children and young people, Dden is designed to provide participants a uniquely creative ‘Digital den’ environment. During our week-long summer camp workshops, we purposefully create a participant friendly learning atmosphere that provides children and young people with practical hands-on activities where tangible solutions are visible within days. Current state-of-the-art digital applications are taught and used in the most user friendly, dynamic and fun filled ways.

Our mission is to create life-changing teaching experiences through specially curated skills-based training workshops designed to give our students skills for life and work. No other program has our track record, our passion, or our reputation as Irelands go-to summer camp for fun-filled and problem solving digital skills training.

  • Digital and Creative Skills for Young People

    Dden is a social enterprise that teaches through activity-based learning approaches digital and creative skills to build and enhance the lives of young people aged between 10-12, 13-15, 16-19 and 20-24 who lack the necessary digital skills for school, study, or who are experiencing unemployment, underemployment, or wish to upskill.

The Digital Future

Since the pandemic, many young people in Ireland are unemployed or are in precarious employment. Research shows that young people supported with high quality education and skills training opportunities have an increased chance of building a prosperous life. They need to however be supported to access programmes that build digital and/or creative skills and equip them for further education and/or a job. (Rethink Ireland)

  • Digital Skills

    Improving digital skills and digital literacy in young people to prepare them for further steps in education, training and employment.

  • Creative Skills

    Inspiring and enhancing creative skills in young people to prepare them for further steps in education, training and employment

  • Work Readiness

    Preparing young people with work readiness skills, including digital skills and creative skills, confidence-building and interview skills to prepare them for employment

  • Work Experience

    In due course, Dden will be connecting young people with work experienceopportunities in the digital and/or creative sectors to further their career opportunities.

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Local Support

Helping us provide a scholarship fund for secondary school students to attend digital skills camps