EU Code Week thrives thanks to a vast, international community of volunteers. In this page you can meet the members that are active in your country.
EU Code Week’s backbone is the Ambassadors, the Leading teachers and representatives of ministries of education in the EU and Western Balkans countries – the Edu coordinators.

Find out more about your local community by selecting your country:


EU Code Week Ambassadors are the main point of contact for Code Week in each country and help spread the vision of Code Week locally. The Ambassadors connect people, companies and communities interested in supporting EU Code Week. They encourage organisers to register coding activities on the Code Week map, and promote the overall participation in EU Code Week. Ambassadors also review and approve activities in their country. Ambassadors also work with their peers in other countries and meet regularly to discuss how to further develop the initiative.

Francisco Javier Masero Suárez

Secondary School Teacher and Master in Education and ICT (elearning). Educational Technologies Advisor. Leading Teacher since 2018. Ambassador of Aula del Futuro project (Future Classroom Lab). Co-author of learning bit "Coding for sustainable development goals". Organizer of Code Week courses in Extremadura.

Leticia Gil Ramos

EU Code Week ambassador in Spain. English and Primary teacher. Scientix and eTwinning ambassador. "Developing computational thinking in my students is a task that I carry out daily in order to get my students to be competent and learn to look for alternatives and solutions to the problems that arise on a daily basis".

Francisco Delgado Cecilia

Primary Education Teacher. Educational Digital Mentor #CompDigEdu Ávila. Scientix Ambassador. Code Week Ambassador. Mentor at the School of Computational Thinking and Artificial Intelligence. Author and Tutor of the course "Robotics for active learning in the areas of the Future Classroom Lab" INTEF. Facilitator of the INTEF NOOC "Artificial Intelligence for everyday life".

Alexander Velázquez Gutiérrez

Backend Full Stack Developer & STEM teacher • #codeweekEU Ambassador in Spain • Promoter of #STEAM initiatives

Cristian Ruiz

I work for a primary and secondary school in Spain. Im ICT Coordinator, computer science teacher and I'm part of management team In my school I have created a curriculum to teach programming and robotics from 3 to 18 years old, creating our own subject. I am the coordinator of the computer science department that has 5 professors teaching this subject. In my school I am also in charge of training all teachers on the European framework of digital skills so that they can achieve the necessary accreditation. I also carry out multiple training activities for teachers outside my school related to digital skills in general and programming, artificial intelligence and robotics in particular.

Leading teachers

Leading teachers is an active community of more than 450 educators from across Europe. They help connect schools, teachers and students interested in participating to Code Week and encourage them to organise activities and register them on the Code Week map. The Leading teachers hold professional development webinars in their language and are a reference point for other teachers in the country but also in Europe. They also promote the initiative locally.

If you are a teacher, you can find Leading teachers near you to connect with on the map.

Edu coordinators

EU Code Week Edu coordinators are correspondents in Ministries of Education or other educational authorities and organisations participating in EU Code Week. Edu coordinators strengthen the foundations of the initiative by supporting teachers and schools nation-wide. This includes communication with schools who already participate in EU Code Week to learn about their best practices and share experience. Edu coordinators also support schools that want to participate in the initiative, by providing available resources, learning material and opportunities within the community.

Volunteer for EU Code Week

You do not need to take on an official role in the EU Code Week community to be part of the movement. Everyone can organise activities to teach and inspire people to code, do robotics, tinker with hardware, 3D-print etc. and pin their activity on the map However, if you want to volunteer your time to promote coding and believe in the vision and values of EU Code Week, you could potentially become a leading teacher or an ambassador. .

If you are an educator passionate about teaching and learning how to code as much as we are, you can find out more about the role and benefits of Leading teachers here. Then you can apply to become a Leading Teacher by filling this online application form. Please note that the number of Leading Teachers per country is fixed which means that applications are open only for some specific countries at a time.

If you want to promote coding in your country, check out the responsibilities of Ambassadors and take a quick look at the list of EU Code Week Ambassadors. If there are Ambassadors in your country, please get in touch directly with them and see how you can best support the initiative. If there is no one in your country, you can reach out at info@codeweek.eu.