STEM equity nonprofit Learning Undefeated is debuting a brand new escape-room style STEM learning experience, the latest game-based learning addition to their famous Drop Anywhere Labs for the 2022-2023 school year.
Learning Undefeated’s Mobile Labs to Visit Students and Teachers in Texas, Louisiana, and Maryland During the Fall of 2022
This fall, Learning Undefeated will provide innovative and experiential STEM education programs to K-12 students across the U.S. Our fleet of six mobile STEM labs will be on the road visiting students and teachers across Texas, Louisiana, and Maryland during the 2022/23 school year. Here’s a roadmap for where you can find our mobile STEM labs over the next few months.
Learning Undefeated is driving race and gender equity in STEM through experiential and deep-impact learning experiences for students from under resourced communities. See for yourself how our mobile STEM laboratories and digital and hybrid learning programs are making a difference to students across the country.
Nonprofit Brings Free STEM Education to Over One Million K-12 Students through Mobile Labs, Interactive Distanced STEM Activities
“In a year when students needed interactive learning experiences more than ever, Learning Undefeated has reached the incredible milestone of inspiring more than one million students through hands-on STEM education,” said Brian Gaines, Learning Undefeated CEO. “When schools were closed due to COVID-19, our culture of innovation led us to develop hybrid learning resources that kept students connected to STEM subjects, even without access to the specialized tools they might normally have in the classroom. Our new digital learning program has amplified Learning Undefeated’s impact in ways we couldn’t have imagined, and the demand just continues to grow.”
Learning Undefeated’s mobile STEM lab will engage Montgomery County Public Schools students in hands-on, experiential STEM learning focused on minority entrepreneurship. The Emerging Leaders program includes hands-on workshops & career-focused sessions that nurture technical skills and support job prospecting for young women of color (ages of 14-22). “This new partnership with MCEDC supports young women – who are so underrepresented in STEM careers – by sparking interest in high-demand industries such as cybersecurity and biotechnology, building confidence, and fostering lasting relationships to carry them into their careers,” said Brian Gaines, Learning Undefeated’s CEO.