Code Savvy (www.codesavvy.org) is a not-for-profit program that gives kids and teens the opportunity to learn about the creative thinking that goes into coding and also giving them the chance to try out different kinds of computers and tech devices they may not normally be exposed to. Code Savvy is also dedicated to the goal of bringing more diversity to computer science, both gender & ethnic.
Code Savvy programs are currently seeking volunteers for various programs including:
Technovation[MN] – A global technology entrepreneurship program & competition for young women, this intensive 3-month 50-hour curriculum teams young women (ages 10-18) who work together to dream up, design, code and pitch mobile apps that solve local community problems. View blog posts (https://technovationmn.org/get-involved/volunteers/) or connect at http://technovationmn.org/about-us/contact-us/.
- Mentors/Educators (do not need to know how to code)
- Appapalooza planning and day of event volunteers
- Corporate sponsorships and match donations
- Volunteer as a mentor to coach girls (3 hours 12:45-3:45). Sign up at http://goo.gl/forms/4gG1uA63sy.
- Volunteer as a coordinator to sign-in students/mentors, direct parents, bring students to bathroom, etc. (3 hours 12:30-3:30). Sign up at http://goo.gl/forms/4gG1uA63sy.
CoderDojo TC – A global movement providing free & open learning to youth with an emphasis on computer programming, CoderDojo TC welcomes all interested kids ages 8-17. Meet bi-monthly at University of MN Bruinicks Hall, Saturdays, 1:30-3:30. Event schedule: http://www.coderdojotc.org/schedule_and_tickets/.
- Volunteer as a mentor (3 hours from 12:45-3:45): http://www.coderdojotc.org.
Questions? Contact Jean Weiss, Code Savvy Executive Director, at 612-963-3344 or email@example.com.