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President Biden announces $25 million grant to the Heartland Robotics Cluster 

September 2, 2022

President Biden held a White House news conference today where he announced that the Heartland Robotics Cluster, led by Invest Nebraska, was one of 21 finalists awarded a multiyear grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration [...]

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Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken to become charitable app GiftAMeal’s largest restaurant partner, feeding families facing hunger in 12 states

June 29, 2022

With a growing number of Americans relying on local food banks for help finding their next meal, Lee's Famous Recipe Chicken will join GiftAMeal as the app’s largest restaurant partner to help feed families facing hunger across 12 states, according to a press [...]

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Technology Association of Iowa announces opening of annual Prometheus Awards nominations

June 22, 2022

The Technology Association of Iowa (TAI) announced recently the opening of its annual Prometheus Awards nomination period. Presented by UHY, the Prometheus Awards unite innovators and leaders from technology, business, education and government to celebrate this [...]

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Callers to Coders, led by AIM Institute, upskills Physicians Mutual employees with tech training

August 3, 2022

The Callers to Coders program, part of the nonprofit AIM Institute's partnership with Physicians Mutual, is currently introducing six employees to training in core data management. Physicians Mutual is eager to amplify the success and impacts of last year's [...]

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Latest cohort of Advanced Tech Leaders Academy graduates with career-changing leadership skills

May 17, 2021

Last Friday, AIM held a virtual graduation ceremony in celebration of the latest cohort to complete Advanced Tech Leaders Academy, AIM’s intensive leadership development program for tech professionals.  Thirty-four participants from 14 companies completed this an annual management course for tech professionals, the goal of which is to enhance leadership skills essential for current and […]

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New chair of AIM Institute Tech Leadership Academy encourages representation, giving back

March 4, 2021

In Todd Campbell’s home recording studio, a Fender Telecaster rests against a small amplifier in front of a green-screen wall that doubles as a backdrop for the tech leadership classes he teaches virtually. Whenever the application development senior manager for TD Ameritrade gets stuck on a hard technical problem and needs a respite from the […]

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Infotec 2020: a virtual conference bringing tech professionals together safely in the middle of a pandemic

November 18, 2020

Who says a virtual conference can’t be a good substitute for the real thing?  Who says a virtual conference isn’t the real thing in the first place? Last week’s Infotec 2020 conference, hosted by the AIM Institute, proved the virtual conference is here to stay. The event offered a chance for the Silicon Prairie tech […]

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Why “no code” development is all the rage

October 19, 2020

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. […]

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Support AIM through the TAGG mobile app and businesses will donate qualifying purchases to our programs—without costing you an extra cent

August 19, 2020

You can now support AIM through TAGG, a mobile app that donates a portion of your everyday purchases to local nonprofits! You don’t have to spend anything extra, just keep buying what you normally buy. It’s easy as taking a picture of your receipt. Simply download TAGG from the App Store or Google Play today, […]

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