It is with sad, but grateful hearts that we say a fond farewell to TriValley CoderDojo. We have enjoyed serving the families of the Bay Area and providing youth free learning opportunities in leadership, communication, teamwork, and computer programming. 

We created a self-organized community based club that provided a safe and fun place for families to gather and children of all grades, from age 5 to 19 years old, to have the freedom to choose and build their own self-guided and self-paced projects, helping one another in peer-to-peer learning, and build confidence in their amazing abilities!  We were recognized as an Agile model for education and awarded the Jefferson Award for public service.  We have a lot to be proud of in what we accomplished together!

A deep THANK YOU to all of our member families, our dedicated and caring volunteers, and our generous hosts.

We have heard from many families stories about how we’ve touched their lives and inspired in their children a love of learning and giving back to others.  We’ve watched so many children grow up with our club and continue to thrive and be successful. Thank you for allowing us the opportunity to grow with you.

You can see the many joyous memories we have shared in our blog posts and photo galleries.  Children learned, made friends, and shared their creations, while parents also made connections and friendships.

Even as we all move on in our journey, we continue to benefit our extended communities and youth education. We continue to further our mission through providing our resources to partner youth organizations.

TriValley CoderDojo Agile article
TriValley CoderDojo offers an agile model in education where students are given autonomy in learning

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