AIM Coder Dojo
Open Source Coding Club
DATES & TIME:
Sept 10, Oct 8, Nov 12, Dec 10, Jan 14, Feb 11, Mar 10, and Apr 14.
2nd Thursday of the Month
Computer programming exploration and reverse engineering.
*(A parent or guardian MUST accompany child for duration of session).
WHAT IS A CoderDojo?
CoderDojos are a global movement of open source, volunteer led coding clubs that are free for young people. AIM is excited to bring this unique opportunity to Mitchell! A CoderDojo session allows students to work creatively and at their own pace in developing skills in a programming language. It is not a class, there is no homework, and kids work under the guidance of volunteer mentors from education and industry. All sessions are free of charge, though space is limited – register early. The only rule of the CoderDojo is “be cool!” This means coming with an attitude that is ready to learn code and collaborate respectfully with one another.
WHAT TO BRING
The participating youth are invited to bring their own laptops to the CoderDojo, though technology equipment will be available for use. Parents must accompany kids who are under the age of 12 and are welcome to have fun exploring programming with their child or they may simply relax with a book or electronic device while their child is at work.
REGISTER OR LEARN MORE
Western Nebraska Regional Relationship Manager
308.635.6777 | 877.345.5025 x242