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AIM Institute pivots programs during pandemic to meet need for tech workers

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AIM Institute, an innovative nonprofit that grows, connects and inspires Omaha’s tech community, has adapted its programming to keep career pursuits in technology on course while the pandemic accelerates an already rapidly changing employment landscape. As companies move toward automation and digital technology to cut costs and increase efficiency, communities face a drastic shortage of tech workers. Recently, community leaders involved with the Nebraska Tech Collaborative identified the need to add 10,000 tech workers in Nebraska by 2025.

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AIM Institute Divestiture of Careerlink Centers Nonprofit’s Focus on Tech Mission 

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Brian Ayers bayers@nulllukaspartners.com 402-895-2552 ext. 308   OMAHA, Nebraska (June 4, 2020) — AIM Institute, an innovative nonprofit that grows, connects and inspires Omaha’s tech community, today announced the divestiture of its Careerlink job platform, one of the first online resources created to search and apply for jobs. The sale […]

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AIM Code School Coming to Lincoln this February

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AIM Code School is expanding our web development training to Lincoln next month. Starting Feb. 25, we’re offering our Foundations of Web Development class at Turbine Flats, a mixed-use co-working space featuring a coffee shop, startup incubator, lending library, and a variety of formal and informal networking opportunities. The class runs twice a week on […]

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AIM Institute Launches AIM Code School, formerly Interface: the Web School, to Meet Demand for Tech Talent

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The AIM Institute is pleased to announce the opening of the AIM Code School, formerly Interface: the Web School. AIM Code School is the region’s only federally accredited nonprofit code school, offering night classes in web development, full-stack programming, data science and corporate training. AIM Code School also provides job placement services for each student […]

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AIM Institute releases 2018 Impact Report

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AIM Institute has had an impact across generations throughout its 27-year history. The 2018 nonprofit impact report highlights how AIM, through the support of its partners, donors, collaborators and the community, has impacted lives through the footprint of its programs and services, and how to support AIM as it elevates its mission. We are at […]

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Be cool! “CONEct” with Tech at the AIM Brain Exchange and rally support for our youth programs

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Nonprofit AIM Institute will celebrate achievement in youth programming with an ice cream social at the AIM Brain Exchange, 1902 Howard Street on Wednesday, May 22 at 11 a.m. During this event, visitors will enjoy complimentary ice cream and “Raspberry Pi” as they experience student STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) technology used in […]

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AIM Institute Announces Expansion of Youth in Tech Program

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AIM Institute, an innovative not-for-profit that grows, connects and inspires the tech community, today announced an expansion of its youth in technology program. The three-year, $850,000 program expansion is partially funded by grant funding received from an anonymous donor and will reach an additional 1,500 students, beginning September 2019. AIM provided technology and STEAM (Science, […]

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The new Careerlink member portal is here

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(Originally published August 22, 2018) AIM Institute is excited to announce a major evolution to our Careerlink platform. The all-new member portal is here with redesigned features to make it easier than ever for employers to find and hire the right candidates. Here are some of the enhanced features on the new system: Mobile responsive […]

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