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Professional Developers – We want you!

SC Codes mentors live in communities across the state and help provide in-person support to help South Carolinians learn to code and join the industry.

Interested in becoming a mentor? Let us know here.

What are the benefits of mentorship?

Serving as a mentor for SC Codes has tons of benefits. Here are a few:

  • You’ll directly help grow the South Carolina tech community.
  • You’ll strengthen your own skills as you help students solve problems and learn new concepts.
  • You’ll meet other programmers, employers and cool people.
  • You’ll get some swag and be invited to be part of events throughout the state.
  • You’ll know you’re doing good and giving back in a meaningful way.

What do mentors do?

As a mentor you will be asked to:

  • Becoming familiar with the SC Codes level 1 curriculum
  • Provide 1-on-1 mentoring at in-person student group meetings with partner organizations in your local community
  • Be available to help mentor students on Slack
  • Adhere to the SC Codes Code of Conduct

Would I make a good mentor?

Great mentors come in all shapes and sizes. If you have experience as a programmer, and you care about helping others who are working toward learning to code, we want to hear from you! It doesn’t matter where you work, whether you have official-looking degrees or certificates, or whether you’re just an enthusiast – we’d love to talk about how you can help.