After a successful year as Year of Code Waterloo Region, we are excited to be continuing our mission to increase digital literacy among all our citizens, while promoting inclusivity in our tech sector and equal access to the web and tools for digital transformation.
Now that we are recognized by the Mozilla Foundation as a Hive Learning Community, what next? One of the new initiatives we’ll be working on is bringing our diverse community together on digital literacy and equal access issues through Hive membership. Members include other non-profit organizations, municipal partners, and companies with a mission to give back to our community. By creating a bridge between all we aim to magnify the impact and good we can all do together. Watch for more information coming soon.
If you’re looking for fun learning activities for you or your kids, you’ll find a new roster of events to join us at. And new volunteer opportunities!
On October 4, come visit our new office at 44 Gaukel St for an Open House, from 4-8pm. Meet the dynamic blend of arts groups and tech startups we share space with, under the ArtsBuild Ontario and Accelerator Centre umbrellas.
Thank you to the City of Kitchener for their support, and our past sponsors TD and Libro Credit Union. Talk to us if your organization would like to increase digital literacy in our region through sponsorship and/or membership.