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  • Compete at one of dozens of virtual and physical sites worldwide
  • Foster early STEM learning experiences for students
  • Empower high school students with hands-on experience
  • Connect students to career-starting internship opportunities
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Lead The Quest

Give your students the opportunity to explore new horizons in the ever evolving ecosystem of computer programming and cybersecurity. Empower your students to achieve their full potential by exposing them to valuable hands-on experience solving challenging programming problems and a variety of dynamic cybersecurity challenges created by Lockheed Martin's world renown engineers. Quest competitions strive to connect students to Lockheed Martin's talent pipeline by providing an avenue to undertake summer internships and apprenticeships to jump-start their careers. Our challenges range in difficulty and variety, so there's something for everyone, no matter if your students are just joining the expedition into the cyberspace, or are seasoned explorers. Our program is intentional in its focus on reaching underserved and underrepresented students. Should you or your students get lost along the way, Lockheed Martin volunteers are standing by to help you get back on track. Share their results with others and help inspire each other to even greater heights. Jump-start your students quest, and see what they can achieve!


What are Lockheed Martin CYBERQUEST® Events?

Lockheed Martin CYBERQUEST® is Lockheed Martin's annual high school cyber competition. The goal of the competition is to encourage high school students to pursue careers in cybersecurity. During the 3-hour competition, teams of students work together to solve cybersecurity challenges. To learn more, visit our website.

What are Code Quest® Events?

The Lockheed Martin Code Quest® competition is held for high-school students. Teams of three students work to solve as many programming problems as possible within a two-and-a-half hour time limit, earning points based on problem difficulty. To learn more, visit our website.