CoderDojo Twin Cities in the Star Tribune
CoderDojo Twin Cities was featured on Sunday, August 4th in a Star Tribune lifestyle article, “Kids are learning the language of computers.”
We need your help
The number of mentors each weekend limits how many kids we can serve. If you have some programming know-how and can volunteer on an occasional weekend, we want to meet you!
Donate laptops & hardware
Have unwanted hardware? We need laptops, monitors, USB keyboards, and USB mice for students that don’t have a computer to bring.
What is CoderDojo?
CoderDojo is a global movement about providing free and open learning to youth, with an emphasis on computer programming. The Twin Cities chapter was founded to bring this movement to the Minneapolis-Saint Paul area, inspire other chapters, and partner with other organizations to better introduce kids to coding.
CoderDojo Twin Cities welcomes all interested kids ages 8 to 17 and will work proactively to eliminate gender and socioeconomic barriers to computer science by providing a no-cost way for young people to experience programming early—and have fun doing it!
We are grateful to our partners who support us: