Shaping Students’ Future Success

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For nearly 20 years, Learning Undefeated has been providing life-changing STEM experiences for students from underserved communities. We’ve provided more than 250,000 education contact hours for students in 18 states, teaching hands-on science skills and empowering students to choose STEM career paths.

Onboard our mobile STEM labs, students engage in laboratory activities using tools and techniques far more advanced than they would otherwise be able to experience in the classroom. Learning Undefeated’s science educators serve as near-peer mentors to students and illuminate the many in-demand career opportunities available in STEM.

Learning Undefeated programs are making significant gains in both student knowledge and attitude.

of STUDENTS WANT to participate in another activity onboard MXLab*

of students INCREASED their knowledge of SCIENTIFIC data and measurements on average*

“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, BIOENGINEERING STUDENT (CLASS OF 2021)
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND

See for yourself.

These knowledge gains can be seen in much more than just scientific context. Our work impacts students’ decisions on completing high school and going to college, and skills that will serve them in their future careers. After three classes with our educators:

of students reported IMPROVED ability to work on a TEAM**

of students reported increased INTEREST in FINISHING high school**

of students reported increased interest in ATTENDING COLLEGE**

“The labs gave the students opportunities that they had never experienced. The students' minds were like open doors welcoming all their discoveries experienced through this opportunity.”

– JANICE CARROLL, SCIENCE DEPARTMENT LEAD
REFUGIO, TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL

*Mobile eXploration Lab program evaluation, 2018/19 school year. This report is based on student pre- and post-lab surveys from 10 Maryland high schools, assessing content knowledge and attitude about science careers (n=4258). Teacher feedback is based on a post-lab survey of 45 teachers.

**Verizon explorer lab Year Two program evaluation, 2018/19 school year. This report is based on student pre- and post-lab surveys from students at seven Texas elementary and middle schools, assessing content knowledge and attitudes about science careers (n-376). Teacher feedback is based on a post-lab survey of 10 teachers.

All Learning Undefeated program evaluations are conducted by an external evaluation firm.