— Educates adult and cadet members and the community on the importance of aerospace.
— Develops, publishes and distributes national academic standards-based Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) aerospace education curricula for kindergarten through college classrooms, reaching about 300,000 K-12 students nationwide.
— Generates interest in STEM careers through aviation, space and technology focused activities and CAP “STEM Kits” associated with astronomy, flight simulations, model and remote-control aircraft, robotics, rocketry, weather, hydraulic engineering, computer programming, coding, circuitry and mathematics.
— Provides educators with free educational programs, products and services, including orientation flights.
— Offers grant and college credit opportunities for adult and teacher members.
— Provides aerospace support for educational conferences and workshops nationwide.