CoderDojo McDonough is a free program brought to you by developers in Henry County. CoderDojo is a worldwide non-profit group founded to teach young people (ages 7-17) to code.  Our sessions are located at the McDonough Public Library and are open to all Henry County youth and parents/guardians.

Please consider mentoring!  We are seeking developers at all skill levels who are interested in mentoring local youth at CoderDojo McDonough.  Please signup to be a volunteer or mentor here:

The Henry County Library System has partnered with SimplePhoto and VersionOne to sponsor CoderDojo McDonough. The organizers of CoderDojo McDonough are working closely with the VersionOne employees who coordinate CoderDojo Ponce Springs in Atlanta.

Important note: you must be a parent or older than 18 to sign up on this meetup site:
This site is for parents or people over the age of 18 to help us with events and to see how many people to expect at events. If you are under the age of 18, you may not sign up on this site or RSVP for events. Instead, you must have your parent or 18+ guardian do so for you. More importantly, your parent or 18+ guardian must attend all events with you. This is in accordance with Meetup and Coder Dojo policies.

We're 245 CoderDojo Members

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Upcoming Meetups

  • Sunday, October 18, 2015 1:30 PM

    October 18th Coding Session

    24 CoderDojo Members attending
Founded Jan 24, 2014


William Metz, KPillatzki, Molly E. S. Kellam, Rahsun McAfee, Raphael

Our Sponsors

  • Henry County Library System

    hosts our coding sessions at the McDonough Public Library

  • SimplePhoto

    provides assistance coordinating coding sessions and expenses

  • LearnToMod

    provides use of their Minecraft Modding Software during our sessions

  • VersionOne, Inc.

    provides assistance and inspiration

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