We were learning about how mountains form, topography and maps. We are diagramming how rain changes and where water flows. Where the land is higher, you’d get more lines if it was further apart you’d get fewer lines. We can see in the valley where water collects from runoff, that was really cool.

Jordyn, 8th grade science student, KIPP Liberation College Prep middle school

It gave a real life adventure and it shows that you can create something and explore no matter what you are. Overall, now I might want to be an engineer.

explorer lab Student Participant

I felt inspired to work in a STEM related career because, I thought that it was amazing that you could be working in a lab, with cool advanced technology. And while working in the lab, you can create new breakthroughs in science that could help society.

Student, Oakland Mills High School

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Melissa Gonzales, Refugio (Texas) ISD, Superintendent of Schools

Your mobile lab changed my life! I was a student at Watkins Mill High School when the mobile lab came to my school, and my experience on the lab is what caused me to choose a major in a STEM field. Your program really is changing lives!

Yeldys Milagro de Armas, Student, University of Maryland