Interested in providing events to a diverse community, and like to be part of Coding Grace and make a differece?
Drop Vicky an email, we are very happy to have a chat with you and see how we can make this happen.
Venues, mentors, sponsors
Event management, co-ordinate with mentors & co-organisers, catering, workshop content
Promotion (press release, social media)
Point-of-contact person on the day of the event
Depending on the technology, e.g. Python, it might not be easy finding mentors. If this is your first workshop, you can instruct the workshop yourself.
Size of workshop is up to each organiser. Dublin ones are typically capped at 25 attendees, and we aim to have 1 mentor per 5 attendees.
If it is possible, a city centre location. If that is not possible, try to find a venue that is easily accessible via public transport.
Venue should have at least:
Coding Grace can help with initial expenses if funds are available. firstname.lastname@example.org
If you find a sponsor, we will need the following:
You can add your event to Coding Grace own:-
You can use our Coding Grace Ti.to account to create your tickets and to manage your event.
To get added to any of above, you can email email@example.com.
We don't restrict anyone on services used, above are tried and tested. EventBrite is especially handy to handle waiting lists, internal emails, refunds, etc. And Ti.to also supports Stripe (and it's an Dublin-based company).
If you find another ticket management site, do let us know.
Modification of colours are allowed, but if you want to modify the logo design, you will need to email us the details on the planned modifications for approval by Coding Grace Foundation CLG.
We don't want the logo to be used for events not related or associated with Coding Grace.
We recommend contacting the Coding Grace Foundation CLG for permission for all derived logos to avoid placing a confusing logo into wide-spread use.
Vicky can help:
Create a Twitter account for your chapter.