We award wristbands for major achievements at CoderDojo Denver to reward you for doing great work! Show your friends what you’re building and achieving at CoderDojo and invite them too!
The CoderDojo website will allow us to award you virtual “badges” for achievements as you finish lessons. The “badges” we mention below are part of coderdojo.com so you have to be registered there – talk to a mentor about it!!
Belts are earned in order and you can not skip a color.
White Belt – it’s also a 2 GB USB Drive!
- must have the ‘5x attendance’ badge (or previously attended CoderDojo 5 times in the past)
- explain “be cool” to a mentor (previous yellow belt requirement)
- must know the names of 5 other kids (previous yellow belt requirement)
- must complete one ‘beginner’ level badge at coderdojo.com
- must have white belt
- must invite a friend
- must have the ‘10x attendance’ badge (or previously attended CoderDojo 10 times total)
- must have EITHER one ‘advanced’ level badge OR two ‘intermediate’ badges
- must have yellow belt
- must have one ‘advanced’ badge awarded at coderdojo.com
- must have at least two ‘intermediate’ badges, and they must be different category than the ‘advanced’ badge requirement
- must have blue belt
- must have the ‘25x attendance’ badge
- must have at least two ‘advanced’ badges
- must have orange belt
- complete at least three ‘advanced’ badges
- student must have their role updated to ‘youth volunteer’ for outstanding help at the Dojo*
- must have green belt
- complete at least four ‘advanced’ badges
- student must create their own sushi card for a ‘beginner’ level project idea
- student must have the ‘mentor’ badge awarded*
- significant progress on large project idea
- must have red belt
- complete at least six ‘advanced’ badges
- student must have the ‘youth champion’ role awarded for above-and-beyond mentorship and helping at the Dojo*
- student must create their own sushi card for an ‘intermediate’ level project idea
- must finish their large project idea
- awarded more frequently for group projects than independent projects