Cupertino Library is partnering with Girls Who Code to bring free computer science opportunities to girls across our community. We are looking for a Volunteer Facilitator to help facilitate our Club.
Through the Girls Who Code Clubs program, which is held in person, facilitators receive access to free resources, 120+ hours of customizable plug and play curricula, inspiring women in tech spotlights, community-building activities, comprehensive support and training, and more to help 6-12th graders be brave and resilient as they use code to change the world. No prior coding experience is needed to facilitate.
The Cupertino Library Club will specifically support 6-12th grade students.
To facilitate a Club, Facilitators must:
Have the ability to pass a background check
Be available to lead the Club for 2 hours per week for a minimum of 10 weeks, twice per year (Spring/Fall)
Be available to hold the weekly meeting on Tuesday nights from 7 – 9PM
Be comfortable learning alongside Club girls; no computer science experience is needed
Have a passion to help and the ability to foster community within the Girls Who Code Club
All resources from Girls Who Code are provided for free to the Club Facilitator, including:
120+ hours of curriculum, tutorials of all skill levels, and an online learning management system
Program support, including Facilitator trainings and resources
Access to Girls Who Code online events
Recruitment materials to help spread the news about our Club
Contact our Cupertino Library Community Librarian Clare Varesio at CVaresio@sccl.org to volunteer or for more information on the program.