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