19th November 2014
Remote CoderDojo Mentoring with IBMers!
As you may know there is a global shortage of Mentors available to volunteer at their local Dojos. Together the CoderDojo Foundation and IBMers are providing a solution to bring the inspiring CoderDojo experience to locations where there is a shortage of Mentors with:
Remote Mentoring by IBMers!
IBMers want to facilitate Remote Mentoring to Dojos that can’t source enough Mentors in their area. IBMers (enthusiastic people who work at IBM) are offering support for Remote Mentoring sessions in the aim to help new Dojos start in regions that don’t have the resources. With Remote Mentoring Dojos can be mentored by IBMers thousands of miles away, utilizing secure and reliable online collaboration tools kindly provided by IBM.
We need your help!
We are looking for Dojos to get involved in Remote Mentoring sessions. Not only will you have the opportunity to try this remote Mentoring solution first hand, you will also be helping CoderDojo to progress to the next stage in providing IT education to young people worldwide! If your Dojo would like to be a part of this awesome initiative to bring CoderDojo to remote locations, then let us know by filling out the form below.
Remote Mentoring is a game changer that can help to provide IT education to the world-wide locations where otherwise it wouldn’t be possible – if you know about a CoderDojo that cannot take off due to the lack of Mentors, please send their contact details via form above, in comments section, while entering N/A in internet speed field.