Learning Undefeated is driving race and gender equity in STEM through experiential and deep-impact learning experiences for students from under resourced communities.
Through innovative and experiential education programs for grades K-12, we are sparking interest in STEM careers, building the workforce that will drive the innovation economy, and bridging school, community, health and business.
OUR PROGRAMS IN ACTION
I was worried my 5th grade bilingual class wouldn’t be able to enjoy the activity due to the language barrier, BUT I WAS WRONG, AND I AM SO HAPPY I WAS. My proudest moment was one of my female students, telling me “I really liked that, I think I want to be an engineer!”
Thank you for being amazing during this program and being of great help. I had this love and hate relationship with labs and you strengthened my love for it. I am very confident taking AP Bio this year and participating in labs … you have definitely made a big difference in my life.
TXSTEM lab was amazing! In cooperative groups, our students were able to use money, budgeting, science, and engineering design to solve a problem… The best 45-minute teacher observation I’ve experienced. Already implemented money and budgeting into my labs. read more
Learning Undefeated is constantly developing and delivering creative STEM education programs for students. They are quick to market with new ideas, piloting and adapting them in the same ways that R&D researchers would do with a new vaccine. This team is truly transforming how students learn and how they see themselves having STEM careers.
When high school women get to make that connection with college women, they get to see a little snippet of themselves in the future … Since there are already so many obstacles for women in STEM already, I love that we are united together and all helping each other overcome those obstacles.
THE FACES OF LEARNING UNDEFEATED
A rising sophomore majoring in biology at Montgomery College, currently serving as a mentor in the Emerging Leaders in Biotechnology program. A 19-year-old, first-generation college student, Gabby is coaching high school students in advanced scientific techniques, while learning new laboratory skills and making professional connections with women of color who work in STEM fields. FIND OUT MORE >>
An energetic young educator, Shelly Waller began her teaching career at a diverse Title I school in Fredericksburg, Virginia where more than 60% of students come from economically disadvantaged households. Awarded “New Teacher of the Year” in her first year at Salem Elementary School, Shelly spent three years teaching third and fourth grade before moving to an instructional technology. FIND OUT MORE >>