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Youth in Tech

Shaping tomorrow’s diverse tech workforce means starting today. AIM's Youth in Tech program provides exciting technology learning experiences with partner organizations for students ages 7-17, helping them envision a future in a tech career.

These inspiring educational moments are offered at the Brain Exchange and partner community organizations, including schools and after-school programs that serve low-income students.

The Youth in Tech programs spark an interest in technology careers by building a foundation for success that shows area students the possibilities of a high-wage, high-skill, high-demand tech careers.

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Partner Organizations

Youth in Tech partners with multiple schools for technology education opportunities.

-- Thomas Jefferson High School
-- Abraham Lincoln High School
-- Bryan High School
-- Papillion La-Vista High School
-- Papillion La-Vista South High School
-- Woodrow Wilson Jr High School
-- Benson High School
-- Monroe Middle School
-- Nathan Hale Magnet Middle School
-- McMillan Magnet School
-- Druid Hill Elementary School
-- Spring Lake Elementary School
-- Springville Elementary School
-- Howard Kennedy Elementary School

The Brain Exchange

At the Brain Exchange and its outreach programming, students can explore technology concepts and trends. With devices from drones to coding robots and 3D printers to cameras, Brain Exchange activity participants are exposed to a variety of tech fields and concepts, inspiring them to pursue rewarding technology careers.

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Get Involved

Interested in learning more about how your organization can support AIM’s Youth In Tech program?

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