KODE WITH KLOSSY
Bring camp magic to your community!
Campus Workshops are an opportunity for alumni to bring Kode With Klossy learning to their own communities.
Through a series of interactive, virtual workshops led by Kode With Klossy alumni Facilitators, scholars will learn HTML and CSS and explore the world of tech.
Facilitators are alumni that are passionate about teaching, mentoring and empowering those around them. They are responsible for recruiting a cohort of scholars for the program, fostering a supportive environment, and leading each workshop.
Scholars will learn new concepts and skills through a series of instructional videos and activities created by the Kode With Klossy team. Facilitators will reinforce the learning by debugging code, reviewing tricky concepts, and leading community-building exercises.
Workshops are completely free for all participants. Access to technology is not required for participation (and neither is prior computer science experience!)
Throughout the experience, scholars will build and design a fully functioning website that showcases their personal passions, creativity, and innovation.
Interested in becoming a facilitator?
Kode With Klossy alum
16 years old or older by the end of 2021
Have learned Kode With Klossy’s Website Development curriculum or learned HTML and CSS outside of Kode With Klossy programs
Feel confident recruiting 5 - 20 young women and gender nonconforming individuals between the ages of 13 and 18 to participate
Engage in pre-program training and scholar recruitment in early November, totaling approximately 6 hours
Host 1 or 3 virtual workshops on dates of your choice from November to mid-December, totaling approximately 6 hours
Facilitators can expect to receive resources and support during the duration of the program including,
Materials and resources for scholar recruitment
Pre-program training sessions
An interactive, online learning platform with instructional videos, practice activities, and extension projects
Adaptable workshop guides
Community-building activities and a speaker series
Facilitators will receive a $350 stipend for training and program facilitation.
As a member of the Kode with Klossy community over the last 3 years, I have been wanting to expand awareness of the summer program to reach more people in disadvantaged districts in my neighborhood. This new program would provide an opportunity for more young women to be introduced to computer science and become more confident in pursuing the field, which is exactly what I would love to see in my community.
Victoria, Kode With Klossy alum