Code Club volunteers go to a local community venue for an hour a week and help children aged 9 - 11 learn to make games, animations and websites, using the Code Club resources.
Are you a student keen to share your skills and spare time to help inspire the next generation? Then we want you to become a volunteer at Code Club!
Whether you already have computer programming knowledge or you're keen to learn to code for yourself, volunteering with us is a great way to expand your skill set and have fun doing it.
”Code Club has really helped me improve upon many skills, especially my social ability and increased my confidence. I would recommend anyone to become a Code Club volunteer, it’s a fantastic opportunity and a great way to meet people.”
Elish, Computer Science Student, Ulster University
You don’t have to be a coding genius, most clubs start with simple programs like Scratch, but you need to be willing to learn.
We aim to make volunteering with Code Club as easy as possible, but it’s important to remember that if you make a commitment to start a club, you must see that through for at least one school term.
Read more about the role of a Code Club volunteer.