EFFINGHAM COUNTY, Georgia (WSAV) – A fifth grade science project turned into a business venture for an 11-year-old local.
Alaina Davis and her mother Zakiya Brown founded STEM Powered Learning Kits in April 2021.
“The kits help children develop their STEM identities because there are a lot of things in the world related to STEM, and I think children who have the kits will help them a lot,” said Davis.
“It all started with a fifth grade science project that Alaina had. She wanted to build a circuit kit, ”said Brown.
“She didn’t want to go the boring route of making a diagram, so she decided to buy her own materials to make her STEM kit and from there she got the idea to start her business,” added Brown.
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