Building the tech talent community
The AIM Institute is an innovative non-profit that grows, connects and inspires the tech talent community through education and career development.
Through education, career development, and outreach, the non-profit AIM Institute has fostered the growth of Omaha’s tech sector for more than 25 years.
AIM promotes diversity and inclusion in the tech sector by making outstanding educational opportunities and career training accessible to all, from elementary school through adulthood.
AIM is an essential contributor to economic development in the Omaha area and beyond, developing, growing, and retaining local tech talent that is critical to the success of area companies and entrepreneurs.
AIM addresses the unique needs of each tech professional, new or experienced, by connecting them with the mentors, career navigators, and resources they need to expand their skills and tech network and build a fulfilling career.
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Youth we serve graduate high school
Community-wide annual economic impact
People trained in specialized tech fields
Participants are low income and/or first-generation college students
Why “no code” development is all the rage
October 19, 2020 by Tom McCauley
We loved this article about the rise of “no code” platforms that appeared in Silicon Prairie News earlier this month. It might sound counterintuitive for an organization that operates a code school — for the express purpose of teaching people how to code — would celebrate something that takes the coder out of the equation. […]Read more ›