What is a mentor?


Code Louisville mentors are:

  • Software developers working in the industry
  • Volunteers who are responsive, humble, collaborative, and committed
  • Skilled in the track for which they mentor

What does it take to be a mentor?


To be a mentor, you need to:

  • Prepare by becoming familiar with Treehouse
  • Adhere to the Code of Conduct
  • Attend and be involved with a weekly in-person meetup (6:00 - 8:00 pm)
  • Virtually mentor on Slack

Technologies


At the moment, Code Louisville is offering four tracks:

Front-End Web Development Mon - Thu, based on demand (let us know when you can mentor below)

.NET Mon - Thu, based on demand (let us know when you can mentor below)

Full-stack Javascript Mon - Thu, based on demand (let us know when you can mentor below)

Python Mon - Thu, based on demand (let us know when you can mentor below)


Current mentors


Polina Abramov

.NET Wednesday

Devan Allara

Javascript Thursday

Samir Banjanovic

.NET Tuesday

Nathan Biefield

.NET Wednesday

Weston Burchett

Front-end Wednesday

Dvontre Coleman

Javascript Tuesday

Jonathan Cowherd

Java Monday

Robert Curtain

Javascript Thursday

Tony Ennis

Java Monday

Devin Francis

Python Wednesday

Dhanapala Godage

Front-end Wednesday

Josh Goebel

Front-end Wednesday

Don Hansen

Front-end Wednesday

Ryan Hartlage

Javascript Tuesday

Suranga Hettiarachchi

Java Monday

Drew Hill

Front-end Tuesday

Chris Jones

Java Monday

Russell Kahmann

Front-end Tuesday

Shane Kimble

Python Thursday

Nate Kratzer

Python Wednesday

Leigh Luerman

Javascript Tuesday

Patrick McKowen

Python Thursday

David Merk

.NET Wednesday

Joey Mudd

Front-end Monday

David Paller

.NET Monday

Eric Paul

.NET Wednesday

Jack Perry

Front-end Monday

Justin Schuhmann

Javascript Thursday

Matt Seabold

Python Wednesday

Jay Smith

Front-end Monday

Margeaux Spring

Front-end Monday

John Stokes

Python Thursday

Tony Thigpen

Front-end Monday

Bret Walker

Python Thursday

Sarah Warner

Front-end Tuesday

Steve Watkins

Python Thursday

Jermaine Watkins

Javascript Tuesday

Adam Wilson

Front-end Wednesday

David Yeiser

Front-end Tuesday


Frequently Asked Questions


Are your mentors paid?
Nope. Every one of our mentors has chosen to volunteer their time. Why would they do that? Two reasons: they’re really passionate about software development and they’re just awesome people.

My employer has a community engagement program. Can I track my volunteer hours?
Yes! We'd be happy to verify your volunteer hours while mentoring!

If you have any further questions, please email us at apply@codelouisville.org!


Become a mentor

Note: We're currently offering Front-end Web Dev, C# .Net, Python, and Full-Stack JavaScript





Which day(s) are you available to mentor?

  Monday

  Tuesday

  Wednesday

  Thursday