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Coding Volunteer Opportunity

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Codivate

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Volunteering to tutor for Codivate's Spring Courses demonstrates your fluency in one of 8 different classes we run. Choose from a diverse set of courses to find a subject you are most familiar with, whether it be Python, Java, or Web Development, and apply using our sign-up forms linked on our website.

Tutors get access to a predeveloped curriculum, presentations, and potential leadership positions within our organization. Tutoring commitments are 1 hour every week for 12 weeks, and classes will be held virtually. There is no limit on the number of courses you can tutor for, and volunteer hours WILL be provided.

Additionally, be sure to only sign up to tutor for courses run by a Codivate chapter in a state you live in or live near to. We look forward to your applications!


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Team Codivate

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About Codivate

Location:

8, Le Parc Ct, West Windsor, NJ 08550, US

Mission Statement

Codivate is a nonprofit organization dedicated to teaching students computational thinking and the fundamentals of programming in a fun and comprehensive way, all for free.

Description

At our core, we are driven by the mission to effectively introduce young students to the world of programming. We understand that it is a skill that is more important now than ever -- which is why it has to be done right. With the traditional ways through which children learn to code, new students quickly become bored and even scared. They may not understand the obscure intricacies of every programming language, whether it is the syntax or irrelevant structural differences. They could understandably even feel intimidated by the idea of writing complex programs from scratch.

That’s why we have decided that a change needs to be made. Here at Codivate, we employ creative teaching methods to optimize our students' ability to understand crucial skills, retain knowledge, and have fun. Using our carefully curated curricula, students can understand and apply key concepts without having to deal with the pitfalls of language-specific modules and syntax that deter so many from the field of computer science.

Children & Youth
Computers & Technology
Education & Literacy

WHEN

Sat Feb 13, 2021 - Fri May 14, 2021

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • General Education
  • Mentoring
  • Math / Science Instruction
  • Website Programming
  • STEM

GOOD FOR

  • Teens

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 13
  • 1 hour per week for 10-12 weeks, depending on course.
  • Proficiency in the course signed up for. Be sure to sign up at https://codivate.org

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