AIM's College & Tech Access programs use a variety of cycle-breaking learning experiences to support and inspire at-risk students to pursue higher education. Programming includes free workshops, academic support and advising services, after-school activities, and mentorship opportunities. AIM Talent Search is offered at Monroe Middle and Benson High Schools in Omaha and Wilson Middle and Thomas Jefferson High Schools in Council Bluffs.
These cohort programs are available at our partner schools: Monroe Middle School (Omaha), Benson High School (Omaha), Wilson Middle School (Council Bluffs), Thomas Jefferson High School (Council Bluffs)
AIM College & Tech Access outreach coordinators lead the student recruitment process. They can be found at “Back to School” events at participating schools.
To learn more, contact Staci Wise Swise@aiminstitute.com
You can also fill out an online form to learn more:
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The AIM TRiO Talent Search is a grant awarded to AIM by the U.S. Department of Education. The goal of the grant is to provide students, parents and guardians with free resources that help 600 students successfully graduate from high school and enroll in college.
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