Volunteer

Help Minnesota kids and teens learn to code-- or help behind the scenes...

Northside Code Club  We'll be exploring coding with students in North Minneapolis after school.   Please contact codeclubs21@gmail.com if you would like to be be a volunteer mentor to welcome these bright, resourceful kids to the joys and skill of computer programming.

Twin Cities CoderDojo  needs mentors for Saturday afternoon sessions on the U of MN campus.  Mentor every other Saturday, or just once in a while.   Sign up here to help kids ages 8 to 18 learn to program in:
  • Scratch
  • HTML5/CSS/Javascript
  • Unity (gaming and graphics)
  • Ruby
  • Python
  • AppInventor (Android mobile apps)
  • or to explore Linux systems or Arduino electronics

Rebecca CoderDojo  needs mentors for Saturday afternoon sessions on MCTC campus.  Mentor one Saturday a month, or just once in a while. Please fill out this google form to help kids 8-17 learn to program in:
  • Scratch
  • AppInventor (Android mobile apps) 
  • Arduino electronics
  • Python
TechnovationMN seeks mentors to help young women design and code mobile apps.  Mentors needed in: app development using AppInventor, in mobile UX design, presentation skills, budgeting and business planning.   Opportunities include helping with single events in the fall, or co-mentoring an all-girl team from October - April.  Contact TechnovationMN@gmail.com for more information.

Digital Empowerment Academy seeks mentors to help North Minneapolis teens explore programming web and mobile app development. Several Saturdays from February - June 2015.  For more information or to volunteer, please contact Lanise.Block@mpls.k12.mn.us or 612.668.5318



Volunteer to refurbish & repair computers at PCs for People -- a nonprofit organization that helps bridge the digital divide by providing low-cost computers for nonprofits and low income families.  Volunteers are also needed to help with marketing, app development, data sanitization, inventory control and installation.  Click here for more details.   Contact volunteer@pcsforpeople.org for any questions about volunteering.  Video about PCs for People.




Know of another program seeking volunteers to help kids learn to code?   
Contact hello@CodeSavvy.org and we can post your opportunity here.


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