5 Ways to Engage with EU Code Week

Publication date: November 7, 2023

EU Code Week is an incredible initiative that encourages people of all ages to get involved in coding and digital literacy. It’s not just a week-long event; it’s a year-round movement that aims to make coding and digital skills accessible to everyone. Whether you’re an experienced coder or a beginner looking to learn, there are numerous ways to engage with EU Code Week and be part of this digital revolution. In this blog post, we’ll explore five effective ways to actively participate and contribute to this fantastic initiative. 



  1. Connect with your local Code Week community

EU Code Week isn’t just about coding; it’s about building a vibrant community of like-minded individuals who share the same passion for technology. To get started, visit the EU Code Week Community page and select your country. This will connect you with your local Code Week community, where you can find out about events, activities, and like-minded individuals who are excited about coding. 

You don’t need an official role to join this movement; everyone is welcome. Whether you’re an educator, a student, a parent, or just someone passionate about coding, you can organise activities, teach coding, and inspire others. If you’re particularly enthusiastic and want to play a more active role, consider becoming a leading teacher or an ambassador. These roles allow you to have a significant impact on promoting coding in your local community. 

  1. Utilise Code Week visuals and graphics

Effective communication is key to spreading the word about EU Code Week. You can make a significant impact by using the official visuals and graphics provided by Code Week. These resources are available in the Communication Toolkit, which includes logos, badges, flyers, posters, PowerPoint and Word templates, as well as examples of social media posts and illustrations. By incorporating these visuals into your social media posts, website, or promotional materials, you’ll help create a unified and recognisable brand for Code Week. 

  1. Register your Code Week activities

If you’re planning to organise a coding-related event or activity, be sure to register it on the Code Week Events Map. By doing so, you not only promote your event to a broader audience but also contribute to the overall success of EU Code Week. This map serves as a hub for people to discover and participate in activities happening in their region. Whether it’s a coding workshop, a robotics competition, or a tech talk, every registered event helps make coding accessible to more people. 

  1. Connect with EU Code Week Ambassadors

EU Code Week Ambassadors are passionate individuals who serve as the main point of contact for Code Week in each country. They play a pivotal role in spreading the vision of Code Week locally, connecting people, companies, and communities interested in supporting the initiative. Ambassadors encourage event organisers to register their coding activities on the Code Week map and promote participation. They also review and approve activities in their respective countries.  

  1. Share your coding experience and stories

Don’t forget that EU Code Week is a year-long event, which means you have ample time to share your coding experiences and stories. Whether you’re a student who built a cool app, a teacher who inspired your students, or a parent who saw the transformation in your child’s digital skills, your stories are invaluable. Sharing your experiences can motivate others to join the movement and get involved in coding. Visit the Code Week Community Page to share your story and inspire others. 

EU Code Week is not just a one-time event; it’s a continuous journey towards making coding and digital literacy accessible to all. By connecting with your local community, using Code Week visuals, registering your activities, reaching out to Ambassadors, and sharing your coding experiences, you can actively engage with this initiative and contribute to its success. Together, we can inspire and empower people to embrace the world of coding, robotics, and digital innovation. Get involved today and be a part of EU Code Week’s mission to transform lives through code!