Copper Country Coders began as a community outreach program to engage middle and high school students in computer science. In our club, university faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate mentors provide curriculum, tools, and classroom tutoring for young novice programmers. Our curriculum teaches programming through a series of exercises involving HTML, Scratch, Processing, and Java. Our cross-curricular programming topics include graphic design, interactive fiction, computer generated poetry, mathematical simulation, computational geometry, game physics, computer art, artificial intelligence, video game development, and robotics.
Who We Are
Copper Country Coders is lead by MTU professors Charles Wallace and Leo Ureel. Undergraduate and graduate computer science students volunteer as instructors and mentors. If you are interested in helping out, please check out our support page or email Charles Wallace at email@example.com.