Gain valuable employability skills with Code Club – chat with them on Monday 21st November

17-18 marzo 2015. H-ACK SCHOOL @ GEC2015, Milano 

Coding genius or a beginner coder? Code Club are on campus to talk to you about volunteering with them!

Code Club is looking for volunteers to spend at least 1 school term (12 weeks) delivering the Code Club curriculum at local schools, libraries and community centres. Hourly sessions happen once a week during term time. Clubs are usually for between 10 – 20 children and are a fun learning environment where kids learn to code by working on projects which show them how to make animations and games in Scratch, HTML & Python. This is a great volunteering role if you’re looking to gain computing and teaching/training experience with children.

To find out more about the role, Keyword Search for “Code Club” on the Vacancies Service.

Come chat to Code Club and Active Student on the Moulsecoomb campus next Monday 21st November in Cockcroft mezzanine floor outside Aldrich Library, anytime between 11.30am until 1pm.

To find out more about volunteering, take a look at Active Student’s website website.

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About Susan Bentley

I'm the Volunteering Project Officer for Active Student, on the Moulsecoomb campus. Contact me if you want to get involved in volunteering at volunteering@brighton.ac.uk. I'm also on Facebook as Suse Bentley UniBrighton.

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