Lincoln Coders

Students learn how to build their own chatbots, games, and animations using their choice of Scratch, JavaScript, or Python. Lectures include topics related to coding, programming, and artificial intelligence.
Computer screen showing coding for a chess game
In Lincopln Coders, students learn how to code computer games and animations

Over seven weeks, students learn from Lincoln Laboratory mentors how to code. This course can be done virtually or in person. Students will hear about the basics of machine learning and programming and then learn how to produce purposeful code. With the help of facilitators, students build their won unique chatbots, fighting games, or chess in Python; meteor-catching games in JavaScript; and animations and interactive games in Scratch.