All of our programs benefit from the assistance and support of volunteers. 

Whether it is a couple of hours at an after-school program, a virtual code club on a Saturday afternoon, or a two-year term on our Board of Directors, we have volunteer opportunities for everyone! 

We are also always looking for Mentors for our programs, including our 12-week Technovation[MN] challenge and our AI Racing League. 

Sponsorships are always welcome for events like Appapalooza and our MN Codes Summit, as well as our new podcast… 

Please fill out the form on this page to let us know you’re interested and we will find a perfect match for your engagement!  >>>>>

A diverse group of hands together with the words, "There is immense power when a group of people with similar interests get together to work toward the same goals." A quote from Idowu Koyenikan

Come pass the spark of curiosity.
Be a Code Savvy mentor.

Being a Code Savvy mentor means building skills, nurturing ingenuity, and instilling confidence in the next generation of innovators. Join us in helping teach and encourage kids to solve problems creatively while opening doors for their future.

Is mentoring right for me?

Some mentors have a background in computer science, but many do not. Regardless of background, all of our mentors offer kids access to a role model and stories of real-world experiences. Mentors might not know the answer to every question the kids ask, but they’re there to discover the answer together.

If you have a passion for STEM and a love for helping kids learn and grow, come volunteer with Code Savvy!


Our volunteer committees are comprised of a Code Savvy Board Member, a Committee Chair, and 3-5 Volunteers. 

The time commitment is approximately 5-7 hours a month, and the committees decide when and how often they meet on their own. 

If you are interested in joining one of our working committees, please indicate which committee you’re interested in when you submit the inquiry form (use the “other” field).  >>>>

Strategic Committees

  • Business Development – Direction and strategy related to new business models / programs
  • Finance – Oversight of budgets, P&L, and long-term investments
  • Fundraising – Direction and strategy related to grants, major gifts, and individual giving
  • Youth Leadership – Bringing a youth-lens to programming to ensure relevance for participants 

Program Committees

  • Marketing / Communications – Providing guidance on outreach and social presence
  • Operations – Assisting with direction on the day-to-day logistics for programs 
  • Outreach: Corporations and Volunteers – Sourcing and coordinating sponsorships and volunteer needs
  • Outreach: Schools and Families – Sourcing and coordinating partnerships and community needs 
  • Special Events – Coordinating and executing on large-scale events throughout the year