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==Summary==
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Being a coderdojo volunteer
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==Content==
  
== Mentor and Volunteer Information ==
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=== Mentor and Volunteer Information ===
 
You can see the CoderDojo Foundation '''Mentor guide''' below!
 
You can see the CoderDojo Foundation '''Mentor guide''' below!
  
 
<pdf width="900" height="1200">Mentor_Guide.pdf</pdf>
 
<pdf width="900" height="1200">Mentor_Guide.pdf</pdf>
  
==What is the difference between a mentor and volunteer?==
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===What is the difference between a mentor and volunteer?===
  
 
Please note an updated version will be uploaded soon. You can find a promo video aimed at encouraging mentors to get involved with local Dojos below!
 
Please note an updated version will be uploaded soon. You can find a promo video aimed at encouraging mentors to get involved with local Dojos below!

Latest revision as of 13:43, 31 May 2016

Resource Details

Title Mentors and Volunteers Information
Medium Document
Format PDF
Author

CoderDojo Foundation

Summary

Being a coderdojo volunteer

Content

Mentor and Volunteer Information

You can see the CoderDojo Foundation Mentor guide below!

/images/2/23/Mentor_Guide.pdf

What is the difference between a mentor and volunteer?

Please note an updated version will be uploaded soon. You can find a promo video aimed at encouraging mentors to get involved with local Dojos below!

A mentor is a technically skilled individual who guides Dojo attendees and facilitates their learning and project work during the sessions. Mentors usually have a preferred area and expertise within which they like to work (eg. HTML, Python etc.) and this can influence the topics covered in the Dojo.

A volunteer is an individual who helps with administration and related services. Parents of regular attendees and non technical individuals who want to help out often work in Dojos. It is also not uncommon for volunteers to learn the basics of Scratch and be able to work with beginners as a mentor.