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Kids Code Jeunesse (KCJ) is a bilingual Canadian charity that teaches students aged 7 to 17, and their educators, about algorithm literacy, artificial intelligence, coding, and digital citizenship, in line with the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals. KCJ provides young people – particularly girls and students from underserved communities – with the confidence and creative tools to build a better future.

Amazon and KCJ have teamed up to provide students and educators with inclusive educational experiences and materials that focus on artificial intelligence, coding, and digital citizenship.

Kids Code Jeunesse Workshops and Resources

  • Code in the Classroom: Integrate code and digital skills into your students’ learning.
  • Teacher Training: Tools that develop the skills and confidence to enhance your teaching.
  • KCJ Events: A one-stop shop for all of KCJ’s public events and workshops for kids, teens, educators, and community members.
  • KCJ Resources: A collection of self-guided activities and projects that young people, educators, and parents can experience anywhere.
  • #kids2030 Challenge: An online activity for young people to use data to help reduce plastic pollution. 
  • Code Club: Materials and support to start a Code Club in your community.