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Living Advantage maximizes the opportunities of our at-risk homeless youth by keeping them in school, reducing suspensions, tardiness, and behavior problems, advocating for them with the teachers, and introducing them to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math/Medicine (STEM), and ROBOTICS.  To fill the tech and science focused jobs of the future, STEM industries need to emphasize on diversity. Unlike their more affluent counterparts, students who live in underserved communities typically lack access to what are now considered STEM basics: up-to-date laboratories, laptop or tablet computers and access to the Internet. Living Advantage continues to expose these students to our services.

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