Science, basketball, drones: STEM fun during spring break

 April 20, 2022 | By JAREK RUTZ | Delaware Live read it > Drones, video games and basketball all in one place. That wasn’t just a middle school boy’s dream, but a day of STEM fun at The Warehouse in Wilmington. Designed by Learning Undefeated to spark students’ interest in careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, the…

Learning Undefeated Prepares Over 3,000 Delaware Students for STEM Careers This School Year

With several months still to go in the 2021/22 school year, Learning Undefeated already has reached more than 3,000 Delaware middle and high school students with STEM learning experiences designed to showcase high-growth STEM jobs across the state. The program introduces Delaware students to in-demand STEM careers and groundbreaking discoveries being made right in their own backyard. Learning Undefeated has served more than 4,500 Delaware students since 2018.

Dropping In on STEM Education

An education partnership is looking to increase interest in STEM programs among area middle school students by literally dropping in at some local schools. The Drop Anywhere Lab is being used by the education non-profit Learning Undefeated to help grow kids’ interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Learning Undefeated has partnered with Astra Zeneca and the WRK Group (Reach Riverside and The Warehouse) to bring the Drop Anywhere Lab to several schools over the next several weeks.