Attend CoderDojo’s #EUDojo @ the European Parliament, Brussels!


Hosted by Seán Kelly, MEP

from 1pm – 3pm on Wednesday 30th September 2015.

The EU Dojo is taking place again this year on the 30th September in the European Parliament in Brussels to celebrate EU Code Week. At the event MEP’s will be taught their first lines of code by CoderDojo youth attendees!

Would you like to attend the event in Brussels and teach the MEP’s a thing or two about coding?

Get Involved

We are looking for Mentors and Champions from all over Europe to bring young people from their Dojos to Brussels on 30th September. We are specifically looking for young people who are eager to Mentor or who already Mentor at their Dojo.

This is an opportunity for Ninjas to showcase the skills and creativity present in their Dojos to a very important audience of MEPs. We want the Ninjas, Champions and Mentors who attend EU Dojo to show MEPs just how cool coding is and how much fun you have doing it!

If you are interested in attending with young people from your Dojo click below!

Click Here to Apply

Note: Only CoderDojo Mentors or Champions should fill in the form. An amount of bursaries will be available towards travel costs. We will be contacting the Dojos who have completed the form in Mid-September to confirm their attendance and guarantee their place. Filling in the form alone is not a guarantee of a place. Deadline 7th September.

EU Dojo 2014

With over 750 active coding clubs, in 59 countries, over 35,000 kids & young people are learning how to code creatively through the CoderDojo movement. Last year the CoderDojo Foundation and Sean Kelly MEP hosted the second #EUDojo event, where 35 CoderDojo youth attendees from Dojos in Poland, Romania, Italy, the UK, Ireland, Belgium and the Netherlands taught MEPs to write their first line of code!

Read about last years event here.


This event is being made possible thanks to Microsoft, Salesforce, Liberty Global and Google.

Note: Schedule & event details to follow.

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