Mandurah AASQA CoderDojo

Mandurah CoderDojo

Michelle is the Champion of the Mandurah Neurodiverse CoderDojo. This means she coordinates the incredibly talented mentors, who donate their time to support the neurodiverse ninjas with their coding, tech, robotics and many other projects. 

Our CoderDojo club is part of Curtin's AASQA (Autism Academy of Software Quality Assurance) program and is free for our ninjas to attend. 

We welcome new members (all levels) and new mentors, anytime!

Who Can Join?

We are a coding club for neurodiverse adolescents. Neurodiversity covers a range of diagnosis including autism, ADHD, dyslexia, tourettes, just to name a few. If you or your child would like to join us, please get in touch with Michelle at michelle@bustaburpee.com.au

We are also looking out for mentors in any field of technology. So if you'd like to come along and work with the ninjas and share your knowledge, please get in touch today.

When and Where

We are very grateful to the team at Mandurah Catholic College who allow us to use their well-facilitated library every Saturday morning during school terms. We operate from 10am-12pm and have a blast catching up with all of our friends and mentors.  

AASQA also facilitate Neurodiverse CoderDojos from Bentley and Ashdale. Please email Tanya for more information on these clubs: tanya.picen@curtin.edu.au

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