Lockheed Martin Code Quest Academy
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Introduction

Lockheed Martin invites you to participate in Code Quest® Academy, a free computer coding and career mentoring program for high school students. This unique program helps students of all skill levels grow their coding knowledge through interactive problems and inspires students to pursue technology careers through mentorship from real-life Lockheed Martin professionals.

We look forward to partnering with you to inspire and educate the next generation of technology talent!

Code Quest® Academy is part of Lockheed Martin’s commitment to grow the next generation of programming talent and remove barriers that sit between students and the technical skills needed for success - especially for those students from underrepresented & underserved populations in technical fields. Learn more about our efforts on our Lockheed Martin website.

Code Quest Academy Overview
  • Virtual coding practice sessions with Lockheed Martin technology professionals: Lockheed Martin employee volunteers will host four to six, one-hour virtual engagements with your classroom to help students with coding problems using the Code Quest Academy online platform and provide career mentoring. All levels of experience are welcome! Sessions will take place January - April 2022, with specific times scheduled between the mentor and the teacher.
  • Code Quest Competition on April 30, 2022: Students can put their skills to use during a fun, virtual Code Quest competition. Students can compete in both novice and advanced categories. Teachers who participate in Code Quest Academy will have the opportunity for priority registration for Code Quest Competition.
  • Internships for students: Students who participate in the Code Quest Competition will have the opportunity to apply to potential internship and apprenticeship opportunities with Lockheed Martin.
Requirements for Code Quest Competition Participation

Sign up your classroom by submitting the form below. Selected classrooms will be notified via email by January 2022

  • Students must be in high school and at least 13 years of age
  • No specific technology required. Lockheed Martin mentors will provide all web-based tools needed for coding and can adapt to the school’s preferred communication platform (e.g. Google Meet, Zoom, MS Teams, etc.). If needed, schools can apply to receive free laptops to participate, however, supplies are limited.
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