AIM is the only non-profit dedicated to building Omaha’s tech talent community.


Students from Brain Exchange Partner School

“I think the kids are successful because they know everyone is here to teach them and help them. They’ve really flourished.” Jenni Ortman, 6th grade teacher from Liberty Elementary

Piper Computer Kits

“When you start, you have to get the manual, and when you start to put it together, you can see how cool and amazing it is to put the pieces together.” Octavio, student from Liberty Elementary

Building the Piper Computer

“It was hard at first because I didn’t understand it, but as we got into it and built the outside structure, it got easier because I started understanding more.” Da’Shawn, student from Liberty Elementary

You can now support AIM through TAGG, a mobile app that donates a portion of your purchases from participating businesses to local non-profits. It’s easy as taking a picture of your receipt. Download TAGG from the App Store or Google Play today and help us keep building the tech community! See instructions below or visit Together a Greater Good for more info.

Thank you to our donors and contributors!

AIM Champions

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska
  • Cox Business
  • Mutual of Omaha
  • Valmont Industries
  • First Data Corporation

Key Partnerships

  • Chamber Tech Talent Initiative
  • Omaha STEM Ecosystem
  • 75 North
  • Omaha Public Schools
  • Papillion Public Schools
  • Council Bluffs Community Schools
  • UNO College of Education
  • NonProfit Association of Midlands
  • Tech Omaha
  • Grow Nebraska

Foundation Contributors

  • Google Tides
  • Iowa West Foundation
  • Mutual of Omaha Foundation
  • First National Bank
  • Wells Fargo Foundation
  • Cox Community Innovation
  • Lozier Foundation
  • Verizon Foundation
  • Weitz Foundation
  • Best Buy Foundation

Federal and State Agency Grants

  • U.S. Department of Education – TRIO
  • Nebraska Department of Labor – Connect
  • National Security Agency – GenCyber