The primary objective of the organization is to provide professional development for K-12 science educators and encourage minority students to seek STEM career fields.
Over the last year, Davis started a new for-profit company called CAPS-Analytical Training Laboratory, LLC. He wants Central State to house a CAPS-ATL facility as part of the campus reuse efforts.
Davis hopes to encourage more underrepresented kids into the STEM field.
DEA and STEM grant support monies are available to build and conduct the local program. All funds go toward student training.
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