Volunteers

Want to help ensure CS for All in Washington state?

There are many things you can do:

  • Contact your school's principal or district's superintendent to see what they're doing to offer computing to all students. Find your district on the state list, find your administrators, then send them a link to the administrators page to provide them with more information.
  • Write your state senators and representatives, expressing support for every child learning about CS, not just those who happen to have it in their schools. Find your legislative district to find who represents you.
  • If you're interested in teaching, contact TEALS to volunteer in schools with trained teachers.
  • Make donations to school districts in our rural communities, which often have fewer resources for teaching, professional development, and educational technology for learning.
  • Volunteer at the many outreach groups in the state (e.g, Black Girls CODE).