We currently offer various Code Clubs at various locations throughout Albuquerque, NM. These clubs are open to kids ages 11+. Club registration is ongoing, so don’t feel discouraged to sign up in the middle of a semester.
|Program||Date||Time||Location||Open To||Notes||Skill Level||Duration|
|Girls Who Code||Sept 4 2019||We 6:00-8:00 PM||JCC||Girls Only, Grades 6-12||Raspberry Pi||Raspberry Pi||Semester|
|Girls Who Code||Sept 10 2019||Tu 5:00-7:00 PM||Explora||Girls Only, Grades 6-12||Java||Beginner||Semester|
|Girls Who Code||Sept 11 2019||We 6:00-8:00 PM||Girl Scouts New Mexico Trails||Girl Scouts Only||Open to Girl Scouts Only||Beginner||Semester|
|Boys and Girls Code Club||Sept 10 2019||Tu 5:00-7:00 PM||Mesa Verde Community Center||Boys and Girls 11+||Ongoing Club||Beginner||Semester|
|Boys and Girls Code Club||Oct 22 2019||Tu 5:00-7:00 PM||Balloon Museum||Boys and Girls 11+||Ongoing Club||Beginner||Semester|
|Boys and Girls Code Club||Pending||Adult Facilitators Required Interested?||Central Unser Library||Boys and Girls 11+||Ongoing Club||Beginner||Semester|
Facilitators are the backbone of our free coding clubs. Facilitators guide students through computer programming basics in a friendly and supportive environment. View our facilitator requirements to familiar with what roles we are looking to fill.
Positive role models are important to us. That’s why we dedicate the first 30 minutes of each club to a Women in Tech Spotlight. We are always looking for more women with STEM careers to fill the WIT Spotlight role.
We rely on grants and donations to keep our clubs running. Each club requires computers, software licenses, and snacks. Make a difference in the lives of New Mexico youth through the sponsorship of free computer programming clubs.
— SaaSha Pina, Software Engineer