A fun and free place
for youth to learn computing skills
About CoderDojo in Canada
We work to break down barriers of access to computer literacy programs, creating positive environments for students and volunteers.
Challenging social and economic stereotypes, CoderDojo groups are empowering youth to shape their world through code.
Register for free monthly online sessions, using Zoom to connect students across Canada.
Attend a coding workshop
Register for free
Sign up for a free ticket using our Eventbrite ticketing system.
You will receive a link to the event which will become active on the day of the event.
Prepare to code
Review the coding activities in advance. These activities do not require special software aside from a web browser.
During the event, you will be matched with a mentor and students with similar interests.
Ready, set, go
Keep an eye on your email in the days leading up to the event for an email containing a link to the online workshop.
Once you join, you will be matched with a mentor to begin coding. Sessions run approximately 2 hours.
Here simple rules that students can follow to help keep the online classroom harmonious.
Raise hand to talk
Wait for others to finish
Monthly Code Club
(10 am EST)
Once per month, on the 3rd Sunday at 10 am EST, mentors and students join a Zoom session for hands-on coding projects.
If you need inspiration, Raspberry Pi has free coding resources for beginner through advanced coders.
Web App Resources
Volunteer to mentor
Register for events
Monthly events are posted on Meetup.com, where you can register for free to get a link to the event.
During the event you will work with one - three young people to walk through coding projects.
Ready to get started, but not sure where to go next?
Get in touch:
Parents, mentors, students - we want to hear from you!