AmeriCorps Internship Program

Build leadership skills and serve your community while earning money for school with our AmeriCorps internship program.

Are you looking for an amazing internship opportunity? Are you passionate about making a difference in the lives of high needs youth? Gain incredible leadership and education skills and make a difference in your community during an AmeriCorps internship with Learning Undefeated. Our Maryland AmeriCorps service program is ideal for current college students (24 credits of collegiate-level coursework required), recent STEM or education graduates, pre-service teachers, masters’ or PhD students, or anyone on a gap year.

Learning Undefeated AmeriCorps Member Profile: Latik McNeil

Past Learning Undefeated interns have been able to…

  • Serve as a near-peer mentor for youth from low-income communities
  • Serve alongside recognized thought leaders in the informal STEM education space
  • Make career connections with leading biotech, pharma, health, and technology companies
  • Develop communication, writing, and public speaking skills
  • Hone teaching skills with middle and high school students, both in the classroom and in an informal education setting
  • Collaborate in a team atmosphere to develop a STEM education program that can be implemented in the classroom, onboard one of our mobile laboratories, or as a summer camp experience
  • Gain hands-on laboratory skills such as gel electrophoresis, recombinant DNA technology, acid/base titration, DNA Extraction, ELISA tests, genetic engineering, laboratory safety equipment and practices, micropipette techniques, protein analysis, and sample aliquoting techniques
  • Receive mentorship in business, leadership, and management
  • Earn money for college or to repay student loans through a Segel Education Award (up to $2,321 per 675 hour term of service)
  • Receive a living stipend of up to $6,426 for each term of service (per 675 hours)

Learning Undefeated is currently forming internship cohort groups for the 2019/2020 school year, based in Baltimore, Maryland and Gaithersburg, Maryland. Our schedule is flexible and we welcome both current college students as well as post-college applicants with a minimum of two years college coursework.

AmeriCorps Internship Opportunities

Learning Undefeated is proud to be a part of the Americorps service program, where members can earn money for college while making meaningful impact in their communities. We currently have the following Americorps opportunities available for spring, summer, and fall.

Our Americorps program, is offered in partnership with Baltimore-based CivicWorks. To learn more or apply, contact Anitra Patrick at CivicWorks (410-366-8533 or email education.opportunities@civicworks.com)

Member Position / Title:  Americorps Team Lead

Number of individual members serving in this position:  Two (2) – one each based in Gaithersburg, Maryland and Baltimore, Maryland

Member Immediate Supervisor:  Joe Wilkerson

 

Position Start Date:  Fall cohort begins October 2019

Position End Date:  April or May 2020 at approximately 20 hours per week. Time to completion is driven by member schedule and will be customized for each member.

 

Days / Hours of Service:  675 hours total service. Generally Monday through Friday; 8:00am-3:00pm, but varies weekly according to school schedule and member schedule. We are flexible to work around your class schedule for current college students.

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Host Site Agency Name & Complete Address of Host Site Location(s):

Two service location options:

  • Gaithersburg, Maryland: Our Montgomery County cohort serves schools within 25 miles of our Gaithersburg office (9841 Washingtonian Blvd, Suite 415, Gaithersburg, MD 20878)
  • Baltimore, Maryland: Our Baltimore City cohort serves schools within 25 miles of downtown Baltimore (exact location TBD)

Organization/Agency Mission and/or Goals:  Learning Undefeated, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, sparks interest in life-changing career opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) for underserved communities. We do this through innovative, effective and experiential STEM education programs for middle school and high school students, and workforce development programs for adults. Through these programs, we …

  • ELEVATE | creating STEM experiences that change lives through hands-on learning, building awareness, and engaging communities
  • EMPOWER | diversifying the pipeline of STEM professionals who will fill the jobs of tomorrow, by inspiring students to imagine their own success
  • ELEVATE | providing experiential learning opportunities for students and communities typically underrepresented in STEM

Program Mission and/or Goals:  Learning Undefeated operates four mobile laboratory programs across Maryland, expanding technology and laboratory science experiences to pique students’ interests in STEM learning and careers.

Inside each lab, Learning Undefeated educators engage participants in hands-on and minds-on experiences using technologies not available in schools. STEM educators and AmeriCorps teaching aides combine Learning Undefeated’s core STEM curriculum with data set modeling, virtual reality, cybersecurity and game-based learning.

The goal of our education programs are to provide support to students from underresourced neighborhoods and communities to boost their proficiency and self-efficacy in math and science.  Learning Undefeated achieves this by engaging students in academically rigorous programs focused on science and technology, increasing their awareness of STEM career opportunities, and encouraging students to choose additional STEM coursework, college majors, or careers.  We also offer community engagement to provide students’ family members opportunities to learn about STEM so they may better support their student at home.

 

Community Need:  Enhancing diversity in the pipeline of students and early-career employees who are actively choosing to study and work in STEM is the key to long-term economic growth and competitiveness. Learning Undefeated actively seeks to engage students from underrepresented minority groups and level the playing field by bringing hands-on learning experiences to the school’s parking lot. We believe that any student can achieve success in STEM.

Our programs focus on students who are typically underrepresented in STEM careers, especially those from low-income communities. Introducing students to real-world, problem-centric curriculum allows them to gain a deeper appreciation for STEM subjects, better equips them to retain information learned in the classroom, and fosters the development of natural inquiry, higher-level thinking, and creativity.

 

Member Position Summary: An AmeriCorps Team Lead is a passionate individual who develops and delivers age-appropriate content for middle and high school students about STEM careers, bioscience, chemistry, engineering, and technology aboard mobile laboratories and/or in the classroom during and after school at Maryland schools.

AmeriCorps Team Lead will organize, oversee, and support a three-member AmeriCorps team through scheduling, logistics, and educator/staff coordination. The AmeriCorps Team Lead will also assist in the delivery of programs at community and school events, and collaborate in a team atmosphere to develop a STEM education program that can be implemented in the classroom, onboard one of our mobile laboratories, or as a summer camp experience.

During your internship, you will…

  • Serve as a near-peer mentor for youth from low-income communities
  • Gain hands-on laboratory skills such as gel electrophoresis, recombinant DNA technology, acid/base titration, DNA Extraction, ELISA tests, genetic engineering, laboratory safety equipment and practices, micropipette techniques, protein analysis, and sample aliquoting techniques
  • Serve alongside recognized thought leaders in the informal STEM education space
  • Make career connections with leading biotech, pharma, health, and technology companies
  • Develop communication, writing, and public speaking skills
  • Hone your teaching skills with middle and high school students, both in the classroom and in an informal education setting
  • Collaborate in a team atmosphere to develop a STEM education program that can be implemented in the classroom, onboard one of our mobile laboratories, or as a summer camp experience
  • Receive mentorship in business, leadership, and management

 

Member Impact: This is an incredible opportunity to be part of a team that is changing how STEM education is delivered, with a specific focus on underserved communities. The ideal team member will be high-energy, creative, flexible, solutions-oriented, and able to handle rapidly changing circumstances with grace. In return, we offer an unparalleled opportunity to be part of the next big thing in STEM education, a fun team who loves what they do, and an entrepreneurial work environment that supports individual success. Our organization was recently named one of the 2018 Best Places to Work by Washington Business Journal.

 

Essential Functions of Position:

  • Coordinate scheduling and activities of four-member AmeriCorps program team, including teaching assignments, after-school activities, and community events
  • Organize, schedule and coordinate AmeriCorps member trainings, as directed by program manager
  • Oversee collection and submission of weekly timesheets
  • Assist with organization and preparation of laboratory supplies, reagents, and equipment
  • Assist with logistics and scheduling for school visits and events, including daily schedule, parking information, and instructor support
  • Teach age appropriate activities and extended or enrichment opportunities to students onboard the country’s largest mobile STEM laboratory, following MdBio’s curriculum (content training provided)
  • Assist students and teachers in developing STEM skills, both onboard the mobile laboratory and in classroom settings
  • Guide and support student engagement in STEM and related career exploration
  • Serve as a student mentor and positive role model
  • Support in planning and execution of mobile laboratory, community and school events
  • Maintain required training certifications
  • Serve as a positive, flexible, solutions-oriented member of a fast-paced team

 

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Candidate must:

  • Comply with AmeriCorps terms, including being a U.S. Resident or Lawful Permanent Resident
  • Must possess own transportation (location may vary within 50 miles) and be willing to travel up to 200 miles per week (mileage reimbursed). Hotel accommodations and meals/travel expenses will be paid when distance exceeds 75 miles of member’s home.
  • Must pass a criminal and sex offender background check, and able to pass a drug screening
  • Reliable and punctual; timeliness and dependability are critical for this role. Excellent time management required.
  • Ability to follow instructions and work cooperatively with other team members, MdBio educators, staff and administrators
  • Interest in education, science, technology, engineering, math, education, or any other similar field
  • Must be able to use and have access to the internet
  • Ability to work independently and with a team
  • Possess excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills, and be self-motivated

Required Academic and Experience Qualifications:

  • Must have completed a minimum of 24 hours of undergraduate coursework at a community college or above
  • At least two years working with youth
  • Possess strong communication and problem solving skills
  • Demonstrate effective time management and organization skills

Compensation

Compensation package for Americorps members consists of a Segal Education Grant of up to $2,321 for 675 hours of service, which can be used to pay for college courses and also used towards student loans, and a small living stipend of up to $6,400, paid biweekly. The Segal Education Grant is awarded upon completion of service; details on the education award can be found here. Our program is currently in the 2018 fiscal year for education awards. Learning Undefeated AmeriCorps members are also eligible for mileage at the Federal rate for personally-owned vehicles, which is currently $0.58 per mile in excess of 30 miles per day.

To apply:

Please email resume with cover letter to Joe Wilkerson.

Number of individual members serving in this position:  Six (6)

Member Immediate Supervisor:  Joe Wilkerson

 

Position Start Date: Fall cohort begins October 2019

Position End Date: April/May 2020 at approximately 20 hours per week. Time to completion is driven by member schedule and will be customized for each member.

 

Days / Hours of Service:  675 hours total service. Generally Monday through Friday; 8:00am-3:00pm, but varies weekly according to school schedule and member schedule. We are flexible to work around your class schedule for current college students.

_________________________________________________________________

 

Host Site Agency Name & Complete Address of Host Site Location(s):

Two service location options:

  • Gaithersburg, Maryland: Our Montgomery County cohort serves schools within 20 miles of our Gaithersburg office (9841 Washingtonian Blvd, Suite 415, Gaithersburg, MD 20878)
  • Baltimore, Maryland: Our Baltimore City cohort serves schools within 15 miles of downtown Baltimore (exact location TBD)

 

Organization/Agency Mission and/or Goals:  Learning Undefeated, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, sparks interest in life-changing career opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) for underserved communities. We do this through innovative, effective and experiential STEM education programs for middle school and high school students, and workforce development programs for adults. Through these programs, we …

  • ELEVATE | creating STEM experiences that change lives through hands-on learning, building awareness, and engaging communities
  • EMPOWER | diversifying the pipeline of STEM professionals who will fill the jobs of tomorrow, by inspiring students to imagine their own success
  • ELEVATE | providing experiential learning opportunities for students and communities typically underrepresented in STEM

Program Mission and/or Goals:  Learning Undefeated operates four mobile laboratory programs across Maryland, expanding technology and laboratory science experiences to pique students’ interests in STEM learning and careers.

Inside each lab, Learning Undefeated educators engage participants in hands-on and minds-on experiences using technologies not available in schools. STEM educators and teaching aides combine Learning Undefeated’s core STEM curriculum with data set modeling, virtual reality, cybersecurity and game-based learning.

The goal of our education programs are to provide support to students from underresourced neighborhoods and communities to boost their proficiency and self-efficacy in math and science.  Learning Undefeated achieves this by engaging students in academically rigorous programs focused on science and technology, increasing their awareness of STEM career opportunities, and encouraging students to choose additional STEM coursework, college majors, or careers.  We also offer community engagement to provide students’ family members opportunities to learn about STEM so they may better support their student at home.

 

Community Need: Enhancing diversity in the pipeline of students and early-career employees who are actively choosing to study and work in STEM is the key to long-term economic growth and competitiveness. Learning Undefeated actively seeks to engage students from underrepresented minority groups and level the playing field by bringing hands-on learning experiences to the school’s parking lot. We believe that any student can achieve success in STEM.

Our programs focus on students who are typically underrepresented in STEM careers, especially those from low-income communities. Introducing students to real-world, problem-centric curriculum allows them to gain a deeper appreciation for STEM subjects, better equips them to retain information learned in the classroom, and fosters the development of natural inquiry, higher-level thinking, and creativity.

 

Member Position Summary: A STEM Educator is a passionate individual who develops and delivers age-appropriate content for middle and high school students about STEM careers, bioscience, chemistry, engineering, and technology aboard mobile laboratories and/or in the classroom during and after school at Maryland schools.

STEM Educator will engage with students and assist Learning Undefeated staff both onboard the lab and in the classroom, and serve as a positive role model for students. The STEM Educator will also assist in the delivery of programs at community and school events, and collaborate in a team atmosphere to develop a STEM education program that can be implemented in the classroom, onboard one of our mobile laboratories, or as a summer camp experience.

During your service year, you will…

  • Serve as a near-peer mentor for youth from low-income communities
  • Gain hands-on laboratory skills such as gel electrophoresis, recombinant DNA technology, acid/base titration, DNA Extraction, ELISA tests, genetic engineering, laboratory safety equipment and practices, micropipette techniques, protein analysis, and sample aliquoting techniques
  • Serve alongside recognized thought leaders in the informal STEM education space
  • Make career connections with leading biotech, pharma, health, and technology companies
  • Develop communication, writing, and public speaking skills
  • Hone your teaching skills with middle and high school students, both in the classroom and in an informal education setting
  • Collaborate in a team atmosphere to develop a STEM education program that can be implemented in the classroom, onboard one of our mobile laboratories, or as a summer camp experience
  • Receive mentorship in business, leadership, and management

 

Member Impact: This is an incredible opportunity to be part of a team that is changing how STEM education is delivered, with a specific focus on underserved communities. The ideal team member will be high-energy, creative, flexible, solutions-oriented, and able to handle rapidly changing circumstances with grace. In return, we offer an unparalleled opportunity to be part of the next big thing in STEM education, a fun team who loves what they do, and an entrepreneurial work environment that supports individual success. Our organization was recently named one of the 2018 Best Places to Work by Washington Business Journal.

 

Essential Functions of Position:

  • Serve as a member of statewide AmeriCorps program team, including teaching assignment, after-school activities, and community events
  • Teach age appropriate activities and extended or enrichment opportunities to students onboard the country’s largest mobile STEM laboratory, following Learning Undefeated’s curriculum (content training provided)
  • Assist students and teachers in developing STEM skills, both onboard the mobile laboratory and in classroom settings
  • Work with your cohort team to develop a STEM education program that can be implemented in the classroom, onboard one of our mobile laboratories, or as a summer camp experience
  • Guide and support student engagement in STEM and related career exploration
  • Serve as a student mentor and positive role model
  • Support in planning and execution of mobile laboratory, community and school events
  • Maintain required training certifications
  • Serve as a positive, flexible, solutions-oriented member of a fast-paced team
  • Assist with organization and preparation of laboratory supplies, reagents, and equipment
  • Assist with logistics and scheduling for school visits and events, including daily schedule, parking information, and instructor support
  • Assist with cleaning and maintaining mobile laboratory each day

 

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Candidate must:

  • Comply with AmeriCorps terms, including being a U.S. Resident or Lawful Permanent Resident
  • Must possess own transportation (location may vary within 50 miles) and be willing to travel up to 200 miles per week (mileage reimbursed). Hotel accommodations and meals/travel expenses will be paid when distance exceeds 75 miles of member’s home.
  • Must pass a criminal and sex offender background check, and able to pass a drug screening
  • Reliable and punctual; timeliness and dependability are critical for this role. Excellent time management required.
  • Ability to follow instructions and work cooperatively with other team members, MdBio educators, staff and administrators
  • Interest in education, science, technology, engineering, math, education, or any other similar field
  • Must be able to use and have access to the internet
  • Ability to work independently and with a team
  • Possess excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills, and be self-motivated

 

Required Academic and Experience Qualifications:

  • Must have completed a minimum of 24 hours of undergraduate coursework at a community college or above
  • At least two years working with youth
  • Possess strong communication and problem solving skills
  • Demonstrate effective time management and organization skills

Compensation

Compensation package for Americorps members consists of a Segal Education Grant of up to $2,321 for 675 hours of service, which can be used to pay for college courses and also used towards student loans, and a small living stipend of up to $6,400, paid biweekly. The Segal Education Grant is awarded upon completion of service; details on the education award can be found here. Our program is currently in the 2018 fiscal year for education awards. Learning Undefeated AmeriCorps members are also eligible for mileage at the Federal rate for personally-owned vehicles, which is currently $0.58 per mile in excess of 30 miles per day.

To Apply:

Please email resume with cover letter to Joe Wilkerson.

Number of individual members serving in this position: Two (2)

Member Immediate Supervisor: Janeé Pelletier

 

Position Start Date:  Fall cohort begins October 2019

Position End Date: April/May 2020 at approximately 20 hours per week, however schedule is very flexible and can accommodate up to full time based on member availability. Time to completion is driven by member schedule and will be customized for each member.

 

Days / Hours of Service: 675 hours total service. Generally Monday through Friday; 10:00am-3:00pm, but varies weekly according to member schedule. We are flexible to work around your class schedule for current college students.

_________________________________________________________________

Host Site Agency Name & Complete Address of Host Site Location(s):

9841 Washingtonian Blvd, Suite 415, Gaithersburg, MD 20878

 

Organization/Agency Mission and/or Goals: Learning Undefeated, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, sparks interest in life-changing career opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) for underserved communities. We do this through innovative, effective and experiential STEM education programs for middle school and high school students, and workforce development programs for adults. Through these programs, we …

  • ELEVATE | creating STEM experiences that change lives through hands-on learning, building awareness, and engaging communities
  • EMPOWER | diversifying the pipeline of STEM professionals who will fill the jobs of tomorrow, by inspiring students to imagine their own success
  • ELEVATE | providing experiential learning opportunities for students and communities typically underrepresented in STEM

 

Program Mission and/or Goals: Learning Undefeated operates four mobile laboratory programs across Maryland, expanding technology and laboratory science experiences to pique students’ interests in STEM learning and careers.

Inside each lab, Learning Undefeated educators engage participants in hands-on and minds-on experiences using technologies not available in schools. STEM educators and AmeriCorps teaching aides combine Learning Undefeated’s core STEM curriculum with data set modeling, virtual reality, cybersecurity and game-based learning.

The goal of our education programs are to provide support to students from underresourced neighborhoods and communities to boost their proficiency and self-efficacy in math and science.  Learning Undefeated achieves this by engaging students in academically rigorous programs focused on science and technology, increasing their awareness of STEM career opportunities, and encouraging students to choose additional STEM coursework, college majors, or careers.  We also offer community engagement to provide students’ family members opportunities to learn about STEM so they may better support their student at home.

 

Community Need: Enhancing diversity in the pipeline of students and early-career employees who are actively choosing to study and work in STEM is the key to long-term economic growth and competitiveness. Learning Undefeated actively seeks to engage students from underrepresented minority groups and level the playing field by bringing hands-on learning experiences to the school’s parking lot. We believe that any student can achieve success in STEM.

Our programs focus on students who are typically underrepresented in STEM careers, especially those from low-income communities. Introducing students to real-world, problem-centric curriculum allows them to gain a deeper appreciation for STEM subjects, better equips them to retain information learned in the classroom, and fosters the development of natural inquiry, higher-level thinking, and creativity.

 

Member Position Summary: The Coordinator is a passionate and well-written individual who helps engage Learning Undefeated’s digital audiences through creative and collaborative content.  In this role, the Coordinator will design and develop student-focused outreach, social media campaigns, and content for a variety of platforms, support the executive team, build engagement, and share the work of the organization in meaningful and compelling ways.

If desired, Coordinator will also have the opportunity to design a student-focused program, event, activity, or experience to be implemented at a future Learning Undefeated event.

This is an incredible opportunity to be part of a team that is changing how STEM education is delivered, with a specific focus on underserved communities. This role offers the intern a total immersion into a busy nonprofit organization that is currently undergoing a period of intense growth. The ideal team member will be high-energy, creative, flexible, solutions-oriented, and able to handle rapidly changing circumstances with grace.

During your service year, you will…

  • Develop communication, writing, and public speaking skills
  • Design and implement communications strategy to expand the reach of the organization
  • Participate in organizing community-based events and activities
  • Serve alongside recognized thought leaders in the informal STEM education space
  • Make career connections with leading biotech, pharma, health, and technology companies
  • Collaborate in a team atmosphere to develop a community-based program that can be implemented in the classroom, onboard one of our mobile laboratories, or as a summer camp experience
  • Receive mentorship in business, leadership, and management

 

Member Impact: This is an incredible opportunity to be part of a team that is changing how STEM education is delivered, with a specific focus on underserved communities. The ideal team member will be high-energy, creative, flexible, solutions-oriented, and able to handle rapidly changing circumstances with grace. In return, we offer an unparalleled opportunity to be part of the next big thing in STEM education, a fun team who loves what they do, and an entrepreneurial work environment that supports individual success. Our organization was recently named one of the 2018 Best Places to Work by Washington Business Journal.

 

Essential Functions of Position:

  • Conceptualizes, creates and publishes daily content (combining both original copy and images as well as images and videos provided by the Learning Undefeated team) on Twitter, LinkedIN, Facebook, and Instagram that shares stories of our successes, builds meaningful connections, and encourages engagement.
  • Collects and organizes photos and videos from Learning Undefeated field staff, for use in social outreach.
  • Records, edits, and creates videos that showcaseLearning Undefeated’s work and enhance our partnerships.
  • Grows online social networks by increasing followers and interactions. Employs innovative tactics to grow the audiences and reach influencers.
  • Collaborates with VP, Communications and VP, Partnerships to ensure a consistent campaign across channels.
  • Researches articles, stories, resources or other content to enhance Learning Undefeated’s original content.
  • Reviews data on the performance of social media platforms and adjust plans or strategies to optimize outreach

 

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Candidate must:

  • Comply with AmeriCorps terms, including being a U.S. Resident or Lawful Permanent Resident
  • Must possess own transportation (location may vary within 50 miles) and be willing to travel up to 200 miles per week (mileage reimbursed). Hotel accommodations and meals/travel expenses will be paid when distance exceeds 75 miles of member’s home.
  • Must pass a criminal and sex offender background check, and able to pass a drug screening
  • Reliable and punctual; timeliness and dependability are critical for this role. Excellent time management required.
  • Ability to follow instructions and work cooperatively with other team members, Learning Undefeated educators, staff and administrators
  • Interest in education, science, technology, engineering, math, education, or any other similar field
  • Must be able to use and have access to the internet
  • Ability to work independently and with a team
  • Possess excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills, and be self-motivated

 

Required Academic and Experience Qualifications:

  • Must have completed a minimum of 24 hours of undergraduate coursework at a community college or above
  • At least two years working with youth
  • Possess strong communication and problem solving skills
  • Demonstrate effective time management and organization skills

Compensation: Compensation package for Americorps members consists of a Segal Education Grant of up to $2,321 for 675 hours of service, which can be used to pay for college courses and also used towards student loans, and a small living stipend of up to $6,400, paid biweekly. The Segal Education Grant is awarded upon completion of service; details on the education award can be found here. Our program is currently in the 2018 fiscal year for education awards. Learning Undefeated Americorps members are also eligible for mileage at the Federal rate for personally-owned vehicles, which is currently $0.58 per mile in excess of 30 miles per day.

To apply: Please email resume with cover letter to Janeé Pelletier.

Learning Undefeated is a nationally-recognized, award winning nonprofit organization with current program operations in Maryland Texas. The organization was recently recognized as one of the Washington Business Journal: Best Places to Work, 2018. Learning Undefeated provides innovative, effective and experiential science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education and workforce development opportunities to underserved communities. Learning Undefeated’s interdisciplinary approach uses STEM to explore a real-world, problem-centric curriculum that bridges school, community, health and business.

The organization’s flagship program is a mobile laboratory for high schools that has provided quality educational experiences to more than 200,000 students in 12 states since its launch in 2003. Learning Undefeated also operates other celebrated STEM education programs, such as the Verizon Innovative Learning explorer lab, Young Science Explorers Program for middle school students, the Maryland BioGENEius Award, and ATLAS: Advancing Tomorrow’s Leaders in STEM college and career symposium and Learning Undefeated.

You can make a difference in your community as part of our team!