The students were excited daily to enter the mobile lab and were exposed to a variety of experiments. I remember one of the most exciting days was when they solved the mystery of the broken beaker! They were meticulous at all data collecting and were on task to solve the mystery. read more

Janice Carroll, Refugio High School, Lead Science Dept.

The reason why I serve as a mentor for the [Learning Undefeated] Explorer Lab is to be a great example to young kids to show them that it’s cool to be smart and also be an athlete.​ The most memorable moment I had was when I got to share with the class of young girls what it’s like being a girl scout and a chemistry major. The things I’m able to take away from working as a mentor is patience and understanding and leadership skills. read more

Kemia Cleveland, explorer lab mentor

I wanted to thank you and your crew for the great week we had with the Bio Lab. It could not have gone any better – from the site prep and the drop off, to the experience provided for our students. We wanted access for all students, and we received more than we could hope for! read more

Beth Foster, Science Academic Chair, Annapolis High School

I serve as a Learning Undefeated mentor to strengthen my communication skills and continue to perfect my adaptability skills. Not only do I strive for human connectivity with the children, but I also believe in the importance of education. I want children to know about college and the possibilities it opens up for them. read more

TeErica Tatum, explorer lab mentor

I serve as a mentor for the [Learning Undefeated] Explorer Lab because I enjoy being with kids. I think it’s important to have young adults like myself encourage kids to go to college and pursue promising careers. My most memorable moment during a school visit was introducing myself to the middle school class. read more

Maya Jones, explorer lab mentor