EFFINGHAM COUNTY, Ga. (WSAV) — A fifth-grade science project turned into a business venture for one local 11-year old.
Alaina Davis and her mom Zakiya Brown started the company STEM Powered Learning Kits back in April 2021.
“The kits help kids create their STEM identity because lots of things involve STEM in the world and I think that kids having the kits will help them a lot,” Davis said.
“This all started from a fifth-grade science project that Alaina had. She wanted to do an electric circuit kit,” Brown said.
“She didn’t want to go the boring route of doing a diagram, so she decided to purchase her own materials to make her STEM kit, and from there she had the idea to start her business,” Brown added.
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