College & Career Readiness Symposium
Advancing Tomorrow’s Leaders in STEM (ATLAS) is a college and career readiness symposium that provides a space for students typically underrepresented in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) to connect with business leaders, colleges, government, and potential employers.
Each ATLAS event offers meaningful opportunities for businesses, professionals, and volunteers to engage with the ATLAS audience as well supporters from local, state, and national companies.
Since 2013 Learning Undefeated has hosted eight ATLAS events, engaging over 1,100 participants in meaningful dialogues about STEM career options and the educational pathways required to reach those career goals.
ATLAS plays an important role in increasing awareness of STEM to promote rewarding and high paying jobs within Maryland and the mid-Atlantic region. ATLAS is addressing a critical business need in Maryland, which requires a strong pipeline of skilled STEM workers to power the state’s growing science and technology business.
Learning Undefeated is grateful to the sponsors and partners that have made the ATLAS program a success.
November 9, 2019
Morgan State University
For more information or to get involved:
Vice President of Development
& Strategic Partnerships
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Who attends ATLAS?
The ATLAS event is geared towards high school students who either have an interest in STEM or want to learn more about this profitable and rewarding career path. The fast-paced and fun event is structured to allow students to:
- Meet and network with STEM professionals
- Learn about college and education advancement opportunities
- Find paid and unpaid internships + scholarships
- Win raffle prizes
- Enjoy free lunch and snacks
- Provide a parent/Guardian information session to learn about financial aid, colleges, potential careers for your students and more!
% MINORITY STUDENTS
STUDENTS KNOW MORE ABOUT STEM CAREER OPTIONS
% FEMALE STUDENTS
STUDENTS FEEL CONFIDENT TALKING TO STEM PROFESSIONALS
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WOULD ATTEND ANOTHER EVENT
- November 2018 | Montgomery College, Germantown, MD
- November 2017 | College Park Aviation Museum, College Park, MD
- May 2017 | University of the District of Columbia, Washington, DC
- November 2016 | University of Maryland BioPark, Baltimore, MD
- November 2015 | Prince George’s Community College, Largo, MD
- May 2015 | The Universities at Shady Grove, Rockville, MD
- April 2015 | University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Princess Anne, MD
- November 2014 | University of Maryland, College Park, MD
- May 2014 | University of Baltimore, Baltimore, MD
- November 2013 | Johns Hopkins University, Rockville, MD
- JoAnn A. Suzich, MedImmune
- Vennard Wright, Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission
- LaTara Harris, AT&T
- Rushern L. Baker III, Prince George’s County Executive
- U.S. Congressman John Delaney
- U.S. Congresswoman Donna F. Edwards
- Aprille Ericsson, NASA
- Stephanie C. Hill, Lockheed Martin
- Bahija Jallal, MedImmune/AstraZeneca
- William “Brit” Kirwan, University System of Maryland
- Ike Leggett, Montgomery County Executive
- Wallace D. Loh, University of Maryland
- Maria Martinez, Respira Inc.
- Timothy B. Warner, Montgomery Co Public Schools
- Vennard Wright, Prince George’s County
- S. Congressman Chris Van Hollen
- Eileen Whelan, WJLA7& News Channel 8
- Justin Rice, NASA