Throughout the school year, Codecraft Lab offers weekly "labs" for kids ages eight to 18. Students get together with like-minded individuals to learn-to-code, a critical 21st-century skill for mobility and empowerment. The lab is hands-on and self-paced, accompanied by workshops, talks, and social events.
Put the games away and learn the secrets behind MAKING what you love. Learn-to-mod, make, create, and code at an exciting summer camp, weekend warrior workshop, or school break maker party. Kids and teens alike enjoy free time in Codecraft Lab’s high-tech, computer programming, robotics, hackerspace!
Start an after-school Codecraft Club or enjoy a field trip to Codecraft Lab headquarters for STE(A)M powered, hands-on, experiences. Codecraft Club curriculum and projects have been created for students ages 8-14 years, are hands-on and self-paced. Let us help you start one, or visit the Lab for a one day experience.
In learning the vocabulary of computer science, I’m breaking through a language barrier with my computer. by Fiona McCrae Hi, my name is Fiona. By a coincidence of acquaintances, I got involved with Codecraft Lab as a volunteer last summer at the age of 14 before my sophomore year of high school. I thought volunteering […]
Click here to play! Alec, age 13 Tell me something unique about you, like a nickname, superpower, unusual talent or extreme interest? “I play soccer and I like to play chess. I just like to do sports basically” Why did you come to Codecraft Lab? “I wasn’t planning on going to camp this year, but […]
What is your name? Lexy (a.k.a Pinkiepieme) Do you have a nickname, superpower, or unusual talent or interest? I am very good at hula hooping! How old are you? 9 and ½ years old Why did you come to Codecraft Lab? I came to Codecraft to help myself learn more about coding because I think […]
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One hundred students from five different Brevard County locations including, Codecraft Lab in historic Eau Gallie, Gemini Elementary, Indialantic Elementary, Surfside Elementary, and Sabal Elementary, have participated in a 32 lesson Intro to Computer Science & Programming. We will celebrate their work and the work of other Codecraft Lab members at the 1st Annual Codecraft […]
by Shannon Landin, Codecraft Lab At Codecraft Lab, we believe that even young kids and teens can and should learn the basics of computer programming and cybersecurity in a fun and nurturing environment. Mastering computer science concepts, excellence in computer programming, and information security best practices has never been more important or more empowering for any […]
Codecraft Lab recently hosted a Bite of Science in Melbourne, on Tuesday, March 1st. It was a fantastic evening of professional enrichment, cost-free, for middle and high school teachers made possible by the Center for Excellence in Education and sponsored by the Edward T. Bedford Foundation. The mission of the Teacher Enrichment Program (TEP) is […]
Contact: Shannon Landin Codecraft Lab FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 16, 2016 Codecraft Lab CyberPatriot Team Wins 2nd Place, Southeast Region Open Division Award March 16, 2016 – A team of high school students from Codecraft Lab in Melbourne, Florida recently concluded an exceptional round of competition in the eighth season of CyberPatriot – the National […]
Tuesday, February 16, 2016 – A team of high school students from Codecraft Lab in Melbourne, Florida recently concluded an exceptional round of competition in the eighth season of CyberPatriot – the National Youth Cyber Defense Competition. CyberPatriot’s core program – the National Youth Cyber Defense Competition – challenges teams of two to six students […]
What: A 2-day workshop is intended to be a walk-through for installing a hardened Linux distribution from source. It will examine manual configuration of the system, building applications from source, compile-time security considerations, hardware security considerations, kernel-mode security considerations, and more. Who: Codecraft Lab sponsor, Hack All the Things, experts in Cyber Security, offense and […]