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CoderDojo is a global non-profit created to help youth learn to code. Kansas City Women in Technology founded and runs the Kansas City chapter. Google Fiber graciously allows us to use their space to host our sessions. All programming skillsets are welcome, from beginner to expert!
Q. How old does my child have to be?
A. Children aged 717 are welcome and will need a parent or guardian to sign a permission slip. Children aged 713must be accompanied by a parent or guardian throughout the entire session.
Q. This session is sold out! What now?
A. Sign up for the waitlist. We have a lot of cancellations throughout the month, so you'll likely be able to attend. Watch your inbox for when we open additional spots.
Q. How long are sessions?
A. Sessions are 3 hours long, from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM, on the second Saturday of each month. Doors open 15 minutes early to account for sign-in and set-up.
Q. How much attendance cost?
A. Attending CoderDojoKC sessions is free, thanks to our volunteers and sponsors.
Q. Where are sessions held?
A. Sessions are held at the Google Fiber Space, located at 43rd St. & State Line Rd.
Q. Do I need to bring anything?
A. Yes, your child should come with a WiFi-enabled laptop. We have a limited number of laptops availble on a first-come, first-servedbasis.
Q. Do I have to stay with my child for the sessions?
A. If your child is aged 713, your presence is required throughout the session. All parents and guardians are welcome to stay in a special area provided, so feel free to bring work or entertainment for the duration.
Q. If I'm staying, do I need to register myself as an attendee?
A. No, registrations are for children only. Please do not register yourself as an attendee.
Q. Does my child need prior programming knowledge to attend?
A. No, children can learn from the ground up.
Q. My child is looking for more advanced development resources. Will they still benefit from attending?
A. Yes, many of the mentors are experienced developers with advanced skills and understanding of more difficult concepts.