The AIM Institute is an innovative nonprofit that grows, connects and inspires the tech talent community through education and career development.
Learn how AIM strengthens your business and the local community through tech education, leadership development, IT workforce training, industry events, and more.
Do you know a child who loves tech? We have a class for them. Explore all of the free opportunities and resources AIM offers.
Careers in technology are among the fastest growing jobs in America. AIM offers a variety of programs to get you started or expand your knowledge.
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Our vision: to create a thriving community
where everyone can pursue a rewarding career in tech.
AIM removes barriers to tech education and increases access to technology careers.
Our mission is to grow, connect and inspire the tech talent community through education and career development.
Whether through our code school, our youth in tech programs, our leadership academies, our annual conferences, or our media outlet covering the Silicon Prairie, our job is to excite people about technology, inspire them to pursue an IT career, and help them navigate the tech career continuum.
More tech workers = more resilient neighborhoods, improved socioeconomic realities and increased capacity for innovation and business investment.
Technology—and the tech talent who dream, design, and debug it—is crucial to community success. 2020 has reinforced our core operating principle that everyone needs the opportunity to learn technology skills, now more than ever.
That’s why we offer life-changing tech education to youth and adults alike, to make sure no one gets left behind as new developments reshape our world.
August 7, 2020 by Tom McCauley
The AIM Institute and Ralston High School have partnered to deliver an online, self-paced course in web development for high schoolers and are celebrating the successful completion of its inaugural run. The course was administered by AIM Code School instructor Vanessa Kasun, who held regular office hours and was available to answer students’ questions. The […]Read more ›