In December 2013 Ben Levi & Pete Neill were working at Fishburners Sydney... Ben on RentingSmart & Mon Purse (he loves creating incredible user experiences). Pete on Stash'd (a self taught iOS developer with teaching experience). They decided there had to be a better way to teach kids to code and build iPhone apps. They were quickly joined by Hayley and Dan, and now, 4 years later have successfully taught more than 18,000 students across Australia! This year we expect to teach more than 30,000 students and we need your help!
Learning to code is more than 'becoming a developer'. Learning to code allows students to:
In addition, through 'app building' we also focus on:
The Camp Manager is the main contact for parents. If a parent has any issues or concerns during the week they will approach you first.
Camp Manager may be called on by a class Teacher to assist during the day. The Teacher may require assistance with a poorly behaved child, an ill child, a child that needs to go to the bathroom and a wide variety of other issues.Apply Now
The coding that is taught at Code Camp is relatively basic (for most kids this will be their first time learning to code, so an in depth knowledge is not necessary). We will ask all successful applicants to take an hour or two to familiarise themselves with the coding that will be taught throughout the camp.
Working with kids means that you’ll need to expect the unexpected. You’ll be responsible for their safety and wellbeing, so bring your empathy and common sense, along with your passion to ensure that every child has an absolutely phenomenal camp experience.Apply Now