Code Club Volunteers Wanted
Posted on: 13th March 2017
Would you like to help train the next generation in coding? Allow them to gain the skills to create the next big app, game or program? If so, join one of Ealing Libraries Code Clubs and teach young minds the nuts and bolts of the digital revolution.
What is it?
Code Club is a nationwide scheme aimed at teaching children how they can use the programming languages that lie behind their favourite apps, games and programs. Volunteers and educators run FREE clubs where children follow step-by-step guides to create simple games, animations and websites, whilst gradually building-up their knowledge of programming theory.
Ealing Libraries already runs two coding clubs at Acton and Northolt Libraries. We would like to find more volunteers and possibly operate more clubs in other libraries. We are looking for motivated volunteers to help run clubs and help the children with their coding.
Suitable volunteers need to be:
- Available for 1 hour a week to help with a Code Club session
- Happy to work with children from ages of 9-11 years old
- Able to work with the library staff to ensure the club runs as smoothly as possible
- Confident with computers - you don’t have to be a coding genius, most clubs start with simple programs like Scratch, but you need to be willing to learn.
To read more about being a Code Club Volunteer, click the link below:
If you want to volunteer, apply on the Code Club website www.codeclub.org.uk or speak to your local library about Code Clubs.