The nonprofit AIM Institute builds and connects the cutting-edge tech community in Omaha. AIM provides training and resources for new and experienced tech professionals, making outstanding educational opportunities and career training accessible to all.
AIM's events connect the region’s technology professionals for networking, workshops, and continuing education.
Shaping tomorrow's diverse tech workforce means starting today. Youth in Tech provides exciting technology learning experiences for students ages 7-17, helping them envision a future in a tech career.
AIM provides individuals with the education, training, and skill development needed to enter or advance in a rewarding tech career.
AIM's Success Academies help new and experienced tech professionals overcome personal and professional barriers and advance their careers.
The AIM Institute is a nonprofit organization with a mission to grow, connect, and inspire the tech talent community through education and career development. AIM has fostered the growth of Omaha’s tech sector for more than 25 years.
AIM helps fill the growing need for skilled workers in technology roles by providing training, education, and connections to empower tech professionals to enter and grow in the tech workforce. At AIM, we believe that creating a more diverse and equitable tech workforce is critical to community success. Through scholarships and financial aid, AIM removes barriers to tech education and increases access to technology careers.
Whether through Code School, Youth in Tech, Leadership Academies, AIM’s annual conferences, or Silicon Prairie News, AIM’s goal is to excite people about technology, inspire them to pursue a tech career, and help them navigate the tech career continuum.
Youth we serve graduate high school
People trained in specialized tech fields
Community-wide annual economic impact
Participants are low income and/or first-generation college students