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What is the Teen Ambassador Program?

The Teen Ambassador Program is a completely virtual program that combines the passion for technology with an opportunity for teens to foster community – all while learning about the tech industry from leading subject matter experts currently in the workforce!

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As a Teen Ambassador, You’ll:

  • Meet like-minded teens from coast-to-coast-to-coast
  • Develop leadership and communication skills
  • Learn how to use digital tools like HTML & CSS, UX/UI, VR with A-Frame and more!

You’ll be Tasked With: 

  • Participating in our learning experiences and engage with us in our communication channels 
  • Organizing your own Computer Science Club
  • Adhering to the Code of Conduct

Top 3 Reasons to Apply

#1: Learn from subject matter experts in the tech industry

Learn valuable insights from subject matter experts working in STEM roles and use that knowledge to inspire others like you to learn computer science!

#2: Learn how to use different digital tools

You’ve tried other extracurricular activities and none of them feel ‘just right.’ Here’s your opportunity to be a part of a community that enjoys learning different types of digital tools (HTML & CSS, UX/UI, VR with A-Frame, etc.) together!

#3: Build your skillset

You want to build your skillset and actually enjoy what you’re doing. You’ll strengthen your leadership and communication skills – all while engaging others to learn something you love. 

What Teen Ambassadors are building and talking about...

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Turtle Race


A turtle race created using python, based on something Skyla had seen online but the rest of the game is original!

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“After participating in CLC webinars, I was sure that I would like to pursue a career in the STEM industry. I will be attending the University of Waterloo this fall to study computer science.”
- Richa, Teen Ambassador
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Ready to Take the Next Step?

You should apply if you’re:

  • 13-17 years old 
  • Enrolled in a high school
  • Exposed to activities involving computer science and STEM (like extracurricular programs or self-studying)
  • Striving to innovate during this growing and changing digital age

At Canada Learning Code, we value diversity and inclusion within all our teams (employees and volunteers alike). We are committed to continuing to diversify our Teams across Canada. We strongly encourage applications from underrepresented and minority groups.

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Launch your Teen Ambassador experience. 

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