Call for Volunteers: Girls Who Code at Camarillo Library

They have the curriculum
They have the computers
They have the room
They have the students
All they need is the teacher.
If you area available on Sunday afternoons and can come to the Camarillo Library for two hours over a period of 10 weeks, we have an opportunity for you.
Girls Who Code is nationwide organization that teaches coding to girls in 6th-12th grades. The Camarillo Library is creating a Girls Who Code Club as part of their community outreach and are recruiting a facilitator.
Here’s what they are looking for in a facilitator:
•  Comfortable implementing and explaining core programming concepts such as variables, loops, conditionals, and functions.
•  Passionate about reducing the gender gap in STEM fields.
•  18+ years of age.
•  Pass a background check.
•  Available 3-4 hours per week, including prep and travel.

Here’s what you’ll get:
•  When the light bulb of understanding clicks on, you’ll know that you helped that to happen. It’s a great feeling and it’s why teachers teach.
•  The camaraderie of a classroom.
•  An invitation to the volunteer appreciation event in the spring at the library.
•  A great way to network in a community. New opportunities often spring from volunteering connections.

Janis Benn, Volunteer Coordinator
Camarillo Public Library
4101 E Las Posas Rd
Camarillo, CA 93010