We have recently launched an awesome project in Armenia - CoderDojo, which is a global movement of free, volunteer-led, community-based programming clubs for young people. Within the spread across the world Dojo clubs young people aged 7-17 learn coding skills and explore technology in an informal, creative and social environment. CoderDojo encourages children to express themselves through project based learning. With CoderDojo club in Armenia we're joining the 1900+ clubs in the world.
Our first club was opened in October 2018 in Yerevam. We're now calling for mentors who can be available for teaching kids with a free and comfortable schedule fitting their work and life routine. Any mentor is welcome to choose certain number of sessions (2 hours each) within a week or a month and join our exciting journey. So if you're someone interested, please fill in the form below and we'll get back to you soon.
Meanwhile we're also searching for student interns, who'll be available to join and help us with administrative work.
Please note that this a VOLUNTARY commitment and mentors DO NOT get paid for any session. Also you DO NOT NEED to be a programmer to become a mentor at a Dojo club, though it's highly recommended. You will not teach kids programming in the old sense of the word, but you'd rather accompany and guide them through wonderful world of coding.
Take your chance to become a part of a global movement and join the club of 12,000+ mentors worldwide.
In case of any questions, please send us a note at email@example.com.
As programming lets mankind think and create, let’s give Armenian kids a chance to write and use their own code!
P.S. CoderDojo in Armenia is initiated by Girls in Tech Armenia. So please feel free to follow us on social media channels.