SDG: 4

Future education changes will take place where people will be most culturally fit for that

Lukas Kaminskis
At school, Lukas was an active public figure, a member of various organizations and project developer. His first IT business was a mobile application that he created in the 11th grade. After that, Lukas became an IT educator. He graduated from Harvard CS50 programming courses, adapted the program to Lithuanian students and started teaching lessons and extra-curricular activities in schools. Lukas is currently developing a modern and innovative information technology education program for Lithuanian schools together with IT professionals and educational representatives.


Turing School is a blacksmith for future tech leaders, where students learn from top-level computer science and entrepreneurship programs. Turing School is dedicated to work with pupils, and it is today the only place in the Baltic states and the Eastern European region that has established a partnership with Harvard University's CS50 (Introduction to Computer Science). Turing School is a fast-growing non-formal education institution that offers a wide range of IT applications for around 400 students.

Impact story

10-year-old Thomas completed his CS50 course and quickly showed a high ability to adopt the new knowledge and skills in practice. He was then invited to practice at IT Turing Solutions. For more than half a year now, Tom is the youngest employee of the company. Another student, the 4th grader Ernest, also participates in the Turing School activities. There's programming, surrounded by 8-10 grade students. He shows the best results among his group of friends, although he is significantly younger. Last year, a 13-year-old TS student, learning from Luke, experimented with a loophole in My Diary, which allowed access to the data of all users of the system. The security issue was reported to the responsible authorities and a loophole was subsequently corrected.
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