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The Oesophageal Cancer Fund
- Health and wellbeing
Requirements:Some knowledge of computer coding is preferable, but not essential. Happy to work with children
An opportunity to teach young people how to code their own games using the Scratch computer language (scratch.mit.edu). The classes run for 1 hour 30 mins including a snack break, every Wednesday afternoon. There are two slots - 3.30pm to 5pm or 5.30pm to 7pm. Volunteers can choose to do 1 or both slots. Ideally, volunteers can make the classes every week and be happy to lead the classes. There is space for expansion into other languages and technologies as well.
Training can be provided on request but volunteers are encouraged to look up the many available online resources for free as well.
Is training provided?: Yes
Please note that Garda Vetting is required for this position.
Details of time commitment needed for role:
Wednesday afternoons 3.30pm - 5pm or/and 5.30pm - 7pm, ideally every week
Minimum time commitment per week:
2 hour p/week
Additional screening required for this role:
A CV should be sent for this role. All Citywise Volunteers will need to fill in an application form and Garda vetting.
If you have any questions about this role please feel free to get in touch:
Name: Christopher Smith
Address: Citywise Education, The Durkan Centre, Fortunestown Way, Jobstown, Tallaght, Dublin, D24 W284
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