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AIM Brain Exchange partners with Liberty Elementary

February 28, 2017

AIM, a not-for- profit organization dedicated to changing lives through technology, announced today that it has formed a pilot partnership with Liberty Elementary School to bring students to AIM’s Brain Exchange once a week for classes on robotics. The Brain Exchange is home to free science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) learning experiences for youth ages 7-17. With […]

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TechHire Kick-off party planned for February 9

February 2, 2017

Omaha has been designated as a TechHire community by Opportunity@Work, a nonprofit leading the charge to expand Americans’ access to career opportunities. As part of the TechHire designation, Omaha has recently joined a national network of 71 communities with a goal to help individuals enter the technology workforce through education and help with job placement. TechHire Omaha invites job […]

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AIM expands community reach with Interface Web School

January 24, 2017

AIM, a not-for- profit organization that grows, connects and inspires tech talent to ensure a world-class tech workforce for the region, has acquired the assets of Interface Web School. Co-founder of Interface Web School, Shonna Dorsey, has joined AIM as Vice President of Fundraising and Community Development. “Interface Web School creates for AIM another strong link in our […]

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AIM Brain Exchange to host free technology workshops for youth

December 2, 2016

AIM Institute, an innovative not-for- profit whose mission is to build thriving communities through technology, will host a series of free and fun technology experiences Dec. 5-8 for youth ages 7-17 at its Brain Exchange Building, located at 1902 Howard Street. The following sessions run 60-90 minutes, are introductory in nature and are based on interest and ability, not […]

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Job Website Launches New Look and Simplified Features

August 8, 2016

Job hunting just got easier thanks to AIM Careerlink’s newly re-designed, mobile-friendly job website. The career site’s simplified features make it easier for job seekers to learn about new job postings and to be found by potential employers.

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