About RVA Coder Dojo

RVA Coder Dojo is a free, volunteer led, open source resource to help kids, ages 5-17, understand how to become digital producers.

Most children are outstanding digital consumers. Very few understand how the technology they consume is created. Our goal is to expose students to coding and inspire them by helping them learn more about how code makes up their digital world.

Computer science develops students’ computational and critical thinking skills and shows them how to create, not simply use, new technologies. This fundamental knowledge is needed to prepare students for the 21st century, regardless of their ultimate field of study or occupation.

We embrace the philosophy of "failing forward". We believe that through both success and failure, we create the foundations for knowledge.

Join our Meetup site to be alerted to upcoming events and to signup for sessions.

Contact us:

RVA Coder Dojo @ The RVA Makerfest (10/07/2017)

Come see us a the RVA Makerfest from 10a - 5p. We will be demonstrating some of our projects from previous sessions, have our Ozobot robots ready to experiment with, and be demonstrating a "BeetBox" (not BeatBox) made out of actual Beets plugged in to a Raspberry Pi.

We'll be in booth 42 with the Richmond Public Library.

For more information check out their website: http://rvamakerfest.com/

After that join our Meetup Group to stay in touch with future events: https://www.meetup.com/RVA-CoderDojo/

RVA Coder Dojo
Richmond Public Library Main Branch

101 E Franklin St
Richmond, VA 23219

Meeting Location

Enter the library and walk directly down the stairs at the entrance. Our meeting spaces are at the bottom of those steps.


Parking is available both on the street and in the parking deck at 2nd and Franklin Street