About this Event
It's Wired Wednesday time! Join us for our exciting after-school coding events at the West Nashville Church!
What is a Dojo?
A Dojo is a free, volunteer-led, community-based computer club for young people. Anyone aged 7 to 17 can visit a Dojo and learn to code, build a website, or create an app or game. Dojos are a space for kids and teens to explore technology in an informal, creative, safe, and social environment.
We promote a focus on youth mentoring and on peer and self-led learning. At CoderDojo, we want to help kids and teens realize that they can build a positive future through coding.
We believe that:
- An understanding of programming languages is important in today's world
- It is easier to learn these computing skills early
- Everyone should have the opportunity to learn to code
The CoderDojo movement is formed of a global network of Dojos and the community of volunteers and children that make them happen.
What to Bring?
Bring your own laptops or use one from our computer lab. Children 12 and under must also have a parent or guardian present.
We want to ensure that all young people at CoderDojo can develop their digital skills in a fun and safe environment. Staff and volunteers at the West Nashville Church have completed safeguarding training and necessary background checks.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
West Nashville Church, 6849 Old Charlotte Pike, Nashville, United States