Matching mentors with local library branches to build community

CoderDojoTo is running a Summer Series in August – September at select Toronto Public Library branches across the city. Community events to bring free computer mentorship to young people across Toronto. Qualified mentors are matched with their local branches for this single event, with the hopes to inspire continued programming using the CoderDojo Foundation model and community resources

  • FOR KIDS AGES 9 – 13

This series was made possible by a grant from Mozilla.

Get involved…

Not all learners’ have the same access to hardware and skills. Where schools are unable to keep up, you can help find other ways to share knowledge.

Be the change…

Digital & media literacy are increasingly important skills. Code is at the forefront of new and changing industries and institutions. Set a good example.

Be a superhero…

Mentoring youth is like giving them superpowers. Feel awesome doing great work with amazing kids.

Help & inspire…

Helping the next generation learn and grow is how you can help to shape our future communities, and economies.

Be supported…

CoderDojo Foundation is a vibrant, global community with loads of support and resources to make running events fun and easy.

Be rewarded…

Mentors and champions are joining a global team with infinite opportunities to improve your skills and advance your career.


Register to be paired with your local branch!

Mentors will be placed with their nearest participating branch, and provided training and support leading up to and at the event. As we are working with each branches individual needs, please review existing resources for an overview of lessons that may be included.

    Participating Locations

    What is CoderDojo?

    CoderDojo is a free computer club for kids, which started in Ireland in 2011 and grew quickly into a global community of over 1000 clubs operating in 65 countries. Starting 2013, CoderDojoTo has brought the global good vibes to young coders in the GTA and beyond. We work within communities to provide free computer workshops in fun learning environments – breaking down barriers, challenging social and economic stereotypes, and empowering youth to shape their world through code.

    Other libraries using the CoderDojo model: